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Design and Implementation of In-vivo Optical Molecular Imaging Software

Author ZhouJunQiang
Tutor TianJie
School Xi'an University of Electronic Science and Technology
Course Pattern Recognition and Intelligent Systems
Keywords Molecular Imaging In-vivo Optical Imaging WinMI SoftwareDesign Module
CLC TP391.41
Type Master's thesis
Year 2012
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Molecular Imaging can be defined as the in vivo characterization and measurementof biological processes at a cellular and molecular level in a noninvasive manner. Thereare mainly three kinds of imaging methods: magnetic resonance imaging, radionuclideimaging and optical imaging.In vivo optical imaging is a fast moving technology of molecular imaging, whichuses bio-luminescent or fluorescent protein to study the specific biological processes ofsmall animals at the cellular or molecular level. Compared with magnetic resonanceimaging and radionuclide imaging techniques, optical imaging has the advantages ofnon-invasive, high sensitivity, strong penetrating power and low cost.Kai Sheng in vivo optical molecular imaging system (ZKKS-MI) includes controlbox, scientific grade CCD camera and software platform WinMI. As supportingsoftware of the ZKKS-MI system, there are there main functions in WinMI: systemcontrol, data acquisition and data processing.This paper begins with analysis of software requirements, then gives the overallsoftware architecture design based on software business process; and then completesoftware realization of functions in different modules. In the process of functionrealization, critical study of data processing algorithms are given. In addition, this paperdiscusses in detail design and implementation of the data visualization framework indata processing module.

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