Bio: Hyun-Seok Min is an academic researcher from University of Ulsan. The author has contributed to research in topics: Video copy detection & Sparse approximation. The author has an hindex of 9, co-authored 55 publications receiving 469 citations. Previous affiliations of Hyun-Seok Min include Samsung & Information and Communications University.
TL;DR: In this article, the synergy between quantitative phase imaging and machine learning with a particular focus on deep learning is discussed, and a practical guidelines and perspectives for further development are provided for further improvement.
Abstract: Recent advances in quantitative phase imaging (QPI) and artificial intelligence (AI) have opened up the possibility of an exciting frontier. The fast and label-free nature of QPI enables the rapid generation of large-scale and uniform-quality imaging data in two, three, and four dimensions. Subsequently, the AI-assisted interrogation of QPI data using data-driven machine learning techniques results in a variety of biomedical applications. Also, machine learning enhances QPI itself. Herein, we review the synergy between QPI and machine learning with a particular focus on deep learning. Furthermore, we provide practical guidelines and perspectives for further development.
TL;DR: The stain-style transfer (SST) model based on conditional generative adversarial networks (GANs) is proposed which is to learn not only the certain color distribution but also the corresponding histopathological pattern to prevent the degradation of tumor classifier on transferred images.
Abstract: Performance of data-driven network for tumor classification varies with stain-style of histopathological images. This article proposes the stain-style transfer (SST) model based on conditional generative adversarial networks (GANs) which is to learn not only the certain color distribution but also the corresponding histopathological pattern. Our model considers feature-preserving loss in addition to well-known GAN loss. Consequently our model does not only transfers initial stain-styles to the desired one but also prevent the degradation of tumor classifier on transferred images. The model is examined using the CAMELYON16 dataset.
TL;DR: A rapid and label-free method for hematologic screening for diseases and syndromes, utilizing quantitative phase imaging (QPI) and machine learning, which can utilize high-dimensional data beyond the human level.
Abstract: We present a rapid and label-free method for hematologic screening for diseases and syndromes, utilizing quantitative phase imaging (QPI) and machine learning. We aim to establish an efficient blood examination framework that does not suffer from the drawbacks of conventional blood assays, which are incapable of profiling single cells or require labeling procedures. Our method involves the synergistic employment of QPI and machine learning. The high-dimensional refractive index information arising from the QPI-based profiling of single red blood cells is processed to screen for diseases and syndromes using machine learning, which can utilize high-dimensional data beyond the human level. Accurate screening for iron-deficiency anemia, reticulocytosis, hereditary spherocytosis, and diabetes mellitus is demonstrated (>98% accuracy) using the proposed method. Furthermore, we highlight the synergy between QPI and machine learning in the proposed method by analyzing the performance of the method.
TL;DR: A deep neural network is presented to reduce coherent noise in three-dimensional quantitative phase imaging and is applied to reduce the temporally changing noise emerging from focal drift in time-lapse imaging of biological cells.
Abstract: We present a deep neural network to reduce coherent noise in three-dimensional quantitative phase imaging. Inspired by the cycle generative adversarial network, the denoising network was trained to learn a transform between two image domains: clean and noisy refractive index tomograms. The unique feature of this network, distinct from previous machine learning approaches employed in the optical imaging problem, is that it uses unpaired images. The learned network quantitatively demonstrated its performance and generalization capability through denoising experiments of various samples. We concluded by applying our technique to reduce the temporally changing noise emerging from focal drift in time-lapse imaging of biological cells. This reduction cannot be performed using other optical methods for denoising.
TL;DR: The proposed method enables an automatic and quantitative spatiotemporal analysis of IS kinetics of morphological and biochemical parameters associated with IS dynamics, providing a new option for immunological research.
Abstract: The immunological synapse (IS) is a cell-cell junction between a T cell and a professional antigen-presenting cell. Since the IS formation is a critical step for the initiation of an antigen-specific immune response, various live-cell imaging techniques, most of which rely on fluorescence microscopy, have been used to study the dynamics of IS. However, the inherent limitations associated with the fluorescence-based imaging, such as photo-bleaching and photo-toxicity, prevent the long-term assessment of dynamic changes of IS with high frequency. Here, we propose and experimentally validate a label-free, volumetric, and automated assessment method for IS dynamics using a combinational approach of optical diffraction tomography and deep learning-based segmentation. The proposed method enables an automatic and quantitative spatiotemporal analysis of IS kinetics of morphological and biochemical parameters associated with IS dynamics, providing a new option for immunological research.
TL;DR: In this article, a fast Fourier transform method of topography and interferometry is proposed to discriminate between elevation and depression of the object or wave-front form, which has not been possible by the fringe-contour generation techniques.
Abstract: A fast-Fourier-transform method of topography and interferometry is proposed. By computer processing of a noncontour type of fringe pattern, automatic discrimination is achieved between elevation and depression of the object or wave-front form, which has not been possible by the fringe-contour-generation techniques. The method has advantages over moire topography and conventional fringe-contour interferometry in both accuracy and sensitivity. Unlike fringe-scanning techniques, the method is easy to apply because it uses no moving components.
01 Jan 2016
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TL;DR: In this mini-review, the application of digital pathological image analysis using machine learning algorithms is introduced, some problems specific to such analysis are addressed, and possible solutions are proposed.
Abstract: Abundant accumulation of digital histopathological images has led to the increased demand for their analysis, such as computer-aided diagnosis using machine learning techniques. However, digital pathological images and related tasks have some issues to be considered. In this mini-review, we introduce the application of digital pathological image analysis using machine learning algorithms, address some problems specific to such analysis, and propose possible solutions.
TL;DR: Wang et al. as discussed by the authors described the single cell analysis as the new frontier in Omics, and single cell Omics has the potential to transform systems biology through new discoveries derived from cellular heterogeneity.
Abstract: Single cell analysis: the new frontier in ‘Omics’ Daojing Wang 1 and Steven Bodovitz 2 1. Life Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA 2. BioPerspectives, San Francisco, CA Corresponding author: Wang, D. (email@example.com) Cellular heterogeneity arising from stochastic expression of genes, proteins, and metabolites is a fundamental principle of cell biology, but single cell analysis has been beyond the capabilities of ‘Omics’ technologies. This is rapidly changing with the recent examples of single cell genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics. The rate of change is expected to accelerate owing to emerging technologies that range from micro/nanofluidics to microfabricated interfaces for mass spectrometry to third- and fourth-generation automated DNA sequencers. As described in this review, single cell analysis is the new frontier in Omics, and single cell Omics has the potential to transform systems biology through new discoveries derived from cellular heterogeneity. Single cell analysis: needs and applications Cellular heterogeneity Cellular heterogeneity within an isogenic cell population is a widespread event [1, 2]. Stochastic gene and protein expression at the single cell level has been clearly demonstrated in different systems using a variety of techniques [3-5]. Therefore, analyzing cell ensembles individually with high spatiotemporal resolutions will lead to a
01 Jan 2016
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