Among specific topics are data analysis and chemometrics for hyperspectral imaging, near-infrared in vivo spectroscopic imaging in biomedical research and clinical applications, Raman and infrared imaging of foods, and linear and nonlinear Raman microspectroscopy from a molecule to single living cells.
What does HCI stand for?
HCI stands for Hyperspectral Imaging
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- Human Computer Interface
- Human Computer International
- Human Concern International (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Hunt Consolidated, Inc. (Dallas, TX)
- Huntsman Cancer Institute
- Hwa Chong Institution (Singapore)
- Hydrologic Consultants Inc (Lakewood, CO)
- Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (virtual computing)
- Human-Computer Interaction & Usability Engineering (Workshop)
- Human-Computer Interaction/Human Robot Interaction
- Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption
- Hawaii Crop Improvement Association
- Hazardous Chemicals Information Act
- Health Care Industries Association
- Health Care Investment Analysts, Inc. (est. 1985; Evanston, IL)
- Hudson County Improvement Authority (New Jersey)
- Hungarian Chemical Industry Association
- Hyper Converged Infrastructure Appliance
Samples in periodicals archive:
Researchers used hyperspectral imaging technology to provide hundreds of individual wavelength measurements for each image pixel.
Agricultural Research Service scientists Kurt Lawrence, Bosoon Park, Bob Windham, and Seung-Chul Yoon--all in the Quality and Safety Assessment Research Unit in Athens, Georgia--have made two improvements to a hyperspectral imaging system used to scan the surface of poultry carcasses for contaminants.
Hawaii-based STI was selected to lead this project because of its expertise in hyperspectral imaging and its state-of-the-art camera systems," said Dr.
Engineers added a fluorescence capability to the lab's existing hyperspectral imaging equipment.