BIOENGR 223B

Programming Laboratory for Medical and Imaging Informatics II

Description: Lecture, two hours; laboratory, two hours; outside study, eight hours. Requisite: course 223A. Designed for graduate students. Programming laboratory to support coursework in other medical and imaging informatics core curriculum courses. Exposure to programming concepts for medical applications, with focus on basic abstraction techniques used in image processing and medical information system infrastructures. Integrated with topics presented in courses 223A, M227, and M228 to reinforce concepts presented with practical experience. Projects focus on medical image manipulation and decision support systems. Letter grading.

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