Special Issue: Imaging in Bioinformatics

Luciano luciano at if.sc.usp.br
Fri Feb 23 19:25:48 EST 2001


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            SPECIAL ISSUE ON IMAGING IN BIOINFORMATICS
           JOURNAL OF REAL-TIME IMAGING, ACADEMIC PRESS

          Guest Editors:  Prof  Luciano da Fontoura Costa
                          Coordinator, Cybernetic Vision Research Group,

                          University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
          and
                          Prof  Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte
                          Gene Expression Laboratory,
                          Salk Institute, USA

The application of imaging and pattern recognition techniques in biology

is posed to catalyze several breakthroughs in critical areas, including
genetics and neuroscience, over the forthcoming decade.  This special
issue targets high quality and original contributions involving the
application of imaging concepts and techniques, including related works
involving pattern recognition and  datamining, in several relevant
biological problems.

The considered areas include but are not limited to:

 Micrograph image processing and analysis    Karyotyping
 Neuromorphometry                            Biological shape analysis
 Microarray analysis                         Datamining
 Pattern recognition                         Image databases
 Comparative anatomy                         Morphometry
 Cellular and developmental biology          Visualization
 Parallel and concurrent processing          Morphogenesis

Intended deadlines:
              Submission:    July 2001
              Publication:   April 2002

For further information:
              Special Issue WWW site:
                     http://cyvision.if.sc.usp.br/~luciano/si_bioinf.htm

              E-mail:  Luciano da F. Costa (luciano at if.sc.usp.br)

Manuscript submissions should follow the guidelines and format usually
adopted by the journal.

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