Signal processing solutions are developed for biomedical problems. Image processing techniques are used to calculate the flow rate of fluids, by observing cross-sectional images. Applications include non-invasive methods to identify cerebral aneurysm in subjects. Time-frequency processing is used for protein structure alignment and mapping of DNA sequences.
- Computer-Aided Patient-Specific Coronary Artery Graft Design Improvements Using CFD Coupled Shape Optimizer
- Multiple Protein Structure Alignment Using Time-Frequency Processing Techniques
- Waveform Mapping and Time-Frequency Processing of DNA and Protein Sequences
- Protein Secondary Structure Estimation Using Linear Prediction and Cepstral Features