Kenneth H.L. Ho

Kenneth H.L. Ho
The Francis Crick Institute · Advanced Light Microscopy

PhD

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Introduction
Kenneth H.L. Ho is working on managing and analysing Big Image Data at the Francis Crick Institute in the UK . Kenneth does his research in Bioinformatics, Developmental Biology, AI, Robotics, Computer Vision, and Computer Engineering.

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BD5 is a new binary data format based on HDF5 (hierarchical data format version 5). It can be used for representing quantitative biological dynamics data obtained from bioimage informatics techniques and mechanobiological simulations. Biological Dynamics Markup Language (BDML) is an XML (Extensible Markup Language)-based open format that is also us...
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BD5 is a new binary data format based on HDF5 (hierarchical data format version 5). It can be used for representing quantitative biological dynamics data obtained from bioimage informatics techniques and mechanobiological simulations. Biological Dynamics Markup Language (BDML) is an XML(Extensible Markup Language)-based open format that is also use...
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Recent progress in bioimage informatics techniques enables us to extract quantitative biological dynamics data from microscopy images. Visualization of spatiotemporal dynamics of biological objects such as molecules, organelle, and cells provide us an opportunity to gain new insights into biological systems. In this paper, we first report an open f...
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Motivation: Rapid advances in live-cell imaging analysis and mathematical modeling have produced a large amount of quantitative data on spatiotemporal dynamics of biological objects ranging from molecules to organisms. There is now a crucial need to bring these large amounts of quantitative biological dynamics data together centrally in a coherent...
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Recent progress in live-cell imaging and modeling techniques has resulted in generation of a large amount of quantitative data (from experimental measurements and computer simulations) on spatiotemporal dynamics of biological objects such as molecules, cells and organisms. Although many research groups have independently dedicated their efforts to...
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This paper describes the Snooker Machine, an intelligent robotic system that was built between late 1985 and early 1988. The project was documented by the BBC over the course of 2 years, "The Snooker Machine" was broadcasted on BBCs territorial channel in the UK on the one hour Q.E.D, science programme of 16th March 1988. This paper summarizes the...
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In this paper we will present a fuzzy edge detector, FEDGE. It is based on learning fuzzy edges by the method of Fuzzy Categorization and Classification (FCC). A set of images were used as examples for the definition of a fuzzy edge. FCC will try to recognize edges within a new image by collecting evidence from these examples. FEDGE demonstrates th...
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A new methodology for classification of objects and categorisation of concepts is proposed. Fuzzy concept or category can be defined by a set of examples. Evidence is collected from all the features in each example in the example set. If a feature of an example appears to exist in an unknown object, it assumes that there is some support for the unk...
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The main theme of this thesis is to investigate the reasoning behind computer vision in recognizing objects in a natural scene. In this thesis we have developed a methodology to recognize an unknown image from a set of two-dimensional images based on the philosophical view that visual perception involves a process of categorisation within a structu...

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A digital representation of embryogenesis, focused on the Nematode C. elegans. For more information, please visit devoworm.weebly.com