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The Managing and Complex Querying of the Digital Medical Images Collections

  • Liana Stanescu
  • Dumitru Dan Burdescu
  • Marius Brezovan
Conference paper

The article presents a software tool working on-line with a multi-threaded client/ server architecture that permits loading the images and alphanumeric data in a database either directly, or by processing a DICOM file. It also allows the simple text based query of the database and content-based query on color or color texture features at the level of the entire image or at the level of the regions. The software tool has a modularized architecture. The module for extracting the images and alphanumeric information from the DICOM files and the module for extracting image visual characteristics (color and color texture) and the color regions are on the server side and are implemented using Java technology. For the database the MySQL server is used, and the client interface which allows the execution of simple text based query and content-based visual query on color and color texture features is implemented using the JSP and Servlet technologies.

Keywords

Query Image Gabor Filter Color Region Color Texture DICOM File 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Liana Stanescu
    • 1
  • Dumitru Dan Burdescu
    • 1
  • Marius Brezovan
    • 1
  1. 1.Faculty of Automation, Computers and ElectronicsUniversity of CraiovaCraiova

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