MATH 579 FINAL REPORT
MODELING OF MEASURABLE MATERNAL ATTRIBUTES
DIANA AMADOR, ANDREW DEMPSEY, SAMANTHA GODFREY, AND PETER STEINHOFF
Abstract. The objective of this project was to determine if the placental weight/ratio is
aected by various maternal varia
MAPPING PLACENTAL VESSEL NETWORKS USING TRIANGULAR MESH
TOPOLOGY
TRINH QUOC HUNG
APPLIED MATHEMATICS
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH
HUNG135790@YAHOO.COM,
NANCY CHE MAHAN
APPLIED MATHEMATICS
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH
NANCYCHE2@YAHOO.
3 D Placenta Image Construction
Mutaz Alsayegh, Daniel Macias, Ramy Heng, Rattana Hor
Supervised By: Dr. Jen-Mei Chang
CSULB
May 19, 2011
3 D P.I.C
Final Report
Math 579
Abstract
In this project, we present a methodology to construct a three dimensional i
VEIN ROUTE TRACING
JENNIFER GIDDINGS, NEN HUYNH,
ZAC SCHOENROCK, MARILYN VAZQUEZ
Abstract. We had twelve weeks to design and develop a program that
would automatically identify veins on an image of a placenta. In order
to accomplish this task, we intended
Classification using
Machine-Learning Algorithms
(MALA)
Math 579
Dr. Jen-Mei Chang
Rodrigo Farnham
Tuyen Ly
Jason Wang
Our Idea
The placenta is the crystal ball of the baby.
- Dr. Carolyn Salafia
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Extract and identify features of the placenta
Extract