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Diagnosis of inflammation from H&E staining images
Tissue samples are processed using hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) staining techniques in order to generate histology tissue images for inflammatory disease diagnosis. Conventionally, H&E stained histology tissue images are manually analyzed by a trained pathologist, which can be tedious and time consuming. A computer automated image analysis...
Published: 6/12/2017   |   Inventor(s): Danny Chen, Rageshree (Raga) Ramachandran, John MacKenzie, Jiazhuo Wang
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Category(s): Computer Science & Communication, Biotechnology, Medical Diagnostics
CMARK: a Matlab Toolbox for Segmentation and Tracking of Cells in Time-lapse Images
How fast does a cell move and which cells are moving together? We can help you answer those questions. Tracking the motion of cells and bacteria in time-lapse images is a fundamental step in many biological or clinical research studies. We have developed a complete toolkit for producing quantitative cell dynamics analysis. It includes automatic...
Published: 5/4/2017   |   Inventor(s): Jianxu Chen, Mark Alber, Danny Chen
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Category(s): Biotechnology, Computer Science & Communication
Rapid End-to-End Path Characterization involving Wireless Network Hops
There is now a way to get an accurate measurement of WiFi and similar wireless technologies with a technique that is fast and requires very little overhead. In fact, this method is 1,000 times faster than traditional techniques such as Speedtest and iperf with 250 times less bandwidth. Whether the technique is used to gauge user Quality of Experie...
Published: 10/19/2016   |   Inventor(s): Aaron Striegel, Lixing Song
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Category(s): Computer Science & Communication
Novel Technique for Client-Side Passive Detection of WiFi Access Point Load (c) 2016
Choosing a wireless network based solely on signal strength can lead to the selection of a busy network and slow response. Typically, a user must join and experience poor performance or interrogate the access point which can take considerable amounts of time and energy. With technology developed at the University of Notre Dame, clients need no lo...
Published: 9/28/2016   |   Inventor(s): Aaron Striegel, Lixing Song
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Category(s): Computer Science & Communication
Simplified Mechanism for Conveying Residual Capacity at a Wireless Access Point
If you have ever been disappointed after selecting a wireless network to connect to your device only to find that the response times are painfully slow, you are not alone. Sometimes the network with the highest signal strength is heavily loaded with users, providing exceptionally poor performance. But now, by employing technology from the Universit...
Published: 9/28/2016   |   Inventor(s): Aaron Striegel, Lixing Song
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Category(s): Computer Science & Communication
Iris Recognition Based on Human Interpretable Features
The iris is a stable biometric trait that has been widely used in various security and identification applications. This software code develops iris features for use in forensic and law enforcement applications where positive identification requires a human-in-the-loop solution. Iris features (i.e., crypts) are extracted and presented to the user...
Published: 8/26/2016   |   Inventor(s): Jianxu Chen, Feng Shen, Danny Chen, Patrick Flynn
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Category(s): Computer Science & Communication
Cosite Transmission for Analog RF Isolation
A method of providing significant radio frequency signal isolation between cosite transmitter and receiver systems has been developed by researchers at the University of Notre Dame. The invention adaptively achieves a wide-band null between the transmit and receive antenna systems, mitigating direct path and multipath signals that impact RF isolati...
Published: 8/24/2016   |   Inventor(s): Thomas Pratt
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Category(s): Computer Science & Communication
Nanomagnet Logic
Nanomagnet logic (NML), a nonvolatile digital computational method based on nanoscale magnetic structures, takes a leap forward with innovation from researchers at Notre Dame. Now, with the newly developed Synchronous NML (SNML) method, data may be reliably clocked into logic circuits without the common and troublesome stochastic switching that can...
Published: 6/17/2015   |   Inventor(s): Faisal Shah, Gyorgy Csaba, Michael Niemier, Xiaobo Hu, Wolfgang Porod, Gary Bernstein
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Category(s): Nanotechnology, Computer Science & Communication
Performance Metrics, Sampling Schemes, and Detection Algorithms for Wideband Spectrum Sensing
At wide bandwidths, it will become impractical to sample the entire spectrum in order to detect the various sub-channel usage rates. It would be computationally unreasonable, and an optional and economic burden. Additionally, sampling the entire spectrum may not provide useful information when only a portion of it will eventually be used. This s...
Published: 1/7/2015   |   Inventor(s): Jerry Laneman, Zhanwei Sun
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Category(s): Computer Science & Communication
Optimizing General-purpose Compiler for Private Distributed Computation
This technology details a means of achieving secure computing of sensitive information in a multi-party, shared resource environment. The computing of sensitive information can now be accomplished in a cloud computing framework without risking data security. Applications exist in the health, financial, and other information-sensitive markets or whe...
Published: 11/26/2013   |   Inventor(s): Marina Blanton, Yihua Zhang
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Category(s): Computer Science & Communication
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