CMEIAS Color Segmentation 1.0
CMEIAS Color Segmentation is a free, improved computing technology designed to alleviate the laborious task of segmenting foreground objects of interest (e.g., microbes) from background in complex digital micrographs, as commonly encountered when preparing digital images of microbial populations and communities in environmental samples for quantitative image analysis.
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Colin A. Gross, Chandan K. Reddy and Frank B. Dazzo. 2009.
CMEIAS color segmentation: an improved computing technology to process color images for quantitative microbial ecology studies at single-cell resolution.
Microbial Ecology (2010) 59: 400-414. DOI:10.1007/s00248-009-9616-7.