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Application of Improved Satin Bowerbird Optimizer in Image Segmentation

Linguo Li, Shunqiang Qian, Zhangfei Li, Shujing Li
2022 Frontiers in Plant Science  
In order to improve the value of the proposed algorithm in engineering and practical applications, we apply it to the segmentation of medical and plant images.  ...  To avoid the algorithm falling into local optimum (prematurity), the search performance of the algorithm is improved through Cauchy mutation strategy.  ...  in breast cancer image segmentation.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpls.2022.915811 pmid:35599871 pmcid:PMC9120663 fatcat:bqhuos7ldzfn5kzscqydbxvdvu

Modified Remora Optimization Algorithm for Global Optimization and Multilevel Thresholding Image Segmentation

Qingxin Liu, Ni Li, Heming Jia, Qi Qi, Laith Abualigah
2022 Mathematics  
Therefore, to alleviate these shortcomings, in this paper, we present a modified remora optimization algorithm (MROA) for global optimization and image segmentation tasks.  ...  Consequently, the proposed MROA is a promising method for global optimization problems and image segmentation.  ...  [59] proposed a novel multi-level thresholding segmentation technique based on a modified evolution algorithm, called MDE, and applied it to a breast cancer image segmentation task.  ... 
doi:10.3390/math10071014 doaj:966ddd63b3e444fa9df4f96a73d6b862 fatcat:5aur52oel5aydlpqwkoej2zzsy

ICPMF 10 proceedings

Fernando Perez-Rodriguez
2021 Zenodo  
Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Predictive Modelling in Food held in Cordoba (Spain) from 26 to 29 of September 2017  ...  Naouel Boussoualim University of Setif, Setif, Argelia Keywords: Flavonoids and Polyphenols, Antibiotics, Synergy, Antibacterial activity  ...  An optimization algorithm that combines local and global methods is used to find the optimal parameters.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5093829 fatcat:bzpnf3dv2nhntdkvhzijjpaeje

Progress and Potential of Nanomedicine to Address Infectious Diseases of Poverty [chapter]

2016 Nanomedical Device and Systems Design  
for metastatic or locally advanced breast cancer.  ...  ., Actin-based motility in the net slime mould Labyrinthula: Evidence for the role of myosin in gliding movement. J Eukaryot Microbiol. 52(6), 461-475, 2005. 362.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b15626-23 fatcat:aqn7jwmkabeqhcqn5zbyixgnt4

Abstracts for Supplement

2010 International Journal of Infectious Diseases  
(for extremely sensitive organisms, further dilutions).the lowest concentration which allowed the growth of no more than three colonies is considered to be the MICs.  ...  Background: The Present study is undertaken to evaluate and compared the activity of the new compound YF-13-1 alone and with eight antibiotics against gram -positive and gram -negative.  ...  Multilevel analysis was performed by GLLAMM using Stata 9.2.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijid.2010.02.001 fatcat:j5ee6nbyafh6zo4sob3vmasrtq

6. The mill that grinds young people old [chapter]

Daniel Nettle
2018 Hanging on to the Edges: Essays on Science, Society and the Academic Life  
My lovely collaborators and colleagues are too numerous all to be named here, but I would like to single out Willem Frankenhuis, for discussions on many of these topics; Gillian Pepper, for her work that  ...  Thanks, too, to our lively research group at Newcastle University, for their hard work, good company, and conversation; this includes the generations of students and interns who have passed through.  ...  And it is certainly not a case of seeing humans as just the same as monkeys or mongooses. After all, monkeys are not just the same as mole rats or slime moulds, yet they are all totally biological.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0155.06 fatcat:bqcz4s3m4vho3pawhapfbyipum