Computerised texture image analysis of biocrystallisation images

Elemente der Naturwissenschaft 85, 2006, P. 111-111 | DOI: 10.18756/edn.85.111


The five main conclusions of my investigations were:

1) So far several studies using computerised image analysis have been published, which were able to discriminate in a relevant manner between specific samples.

2) The approaches can be divided into textural and more structural approaches.

3) In some studies results were improved when introducing more structural elements into a textural approach.

4) Due to the structural character of a biocrystallisation picture we may expect that ultimately a structural approach will be most succesful.

5) We may not expect that image analysis will be able to reflect the ‘Gestalt’ level of the samples, and is only a helpful tool in combination with visual evaluation.