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Multi-Distance Based Hypothesis for Live Cell Tracking and Logical Correction

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Understanding behaviors of cellular activity is an important research issue for many biological applications. A problem in most existing tracking algorithms is over-, under- or mis-segmentation of cells. In this paper, a method for spatial tracking and logical correction with hybrid judgment is proposed. Experiments are carried out to show the validity of the method. The error rate is reduced to 36–38% of that by traditional methods.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2013

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