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Histogram-Based Texture Characterization and Classification of Brain Tissues in Non-Contrast CT Images of Stroke Patients

By Kenneth K. Agwu and Christopher C. Ohagwu

Submitted: March 17th 2016Reviewed: August 24th 2016Published: December 14th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/65349

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