Publication detail

Smart biometric recording system

ENIKEEV, A. SKOPALÍK, J. PARÁK, T. ŠVÍK, K. ČMIEL, V. KOLÁŘOVÁ, J. MAŠEK, J.

Original Title

Smart biometric recording system

English Title

Smart biometric recording system

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Lab rats and rabbits are traditional biophysical models for study of the orthopedic pathologies and curative effects. Traditional analysis of these pathologies is based on postmortem histological analysis or X-ray analysis or invasive biochemical bioptic sampling, however modern monitoring of orthopedic pathology needs new methods based on quantification of functional movement of body. The quantification could be realised in two different mode, the first mode is global quantification of whole-body movements (implicating the “tracking statistic” during the hours or days of movement), the second mode is the ankle flexion quantification. Developing of the complex tool for both of these quantitative analysis of movement was based on optimising of combination of optical detection system, mathematical image analysis and physical interpretation of detected movement. The traditional veterinary lab box was used wilfully, ue to easy application to standart lab in all countries. cottage of the limbs and organism.

English abstract

Lab rats and rabbits are traditional biophysical models for study of the orthopedic pathologies and curative effects. Traditional analysis of these pathologies is based on postmortem histological analysis or X-ray analysis or invasive biochemical bioptic sampling, however modern monitoring of orthopedic pathology needs new methods based on quantification of functional movement of body. The quantification could be realised in two different mode, the first mode is global quantification of whole-body movements (implicating the “tracking statistic” during the hours or days of movement), the second mode is the ankle flexion quantification. Developing of the complex tool for both of these quantitative analysis of movement was based on optimising of combination of optical detection system, mathematical image analysis and physical interpretation of detected movement. The traditional veterinary lab box was used wilfully, ue to easy application to standart lab in all countries. cottage of the limbs and organism.

Keywords

Smart, biometric, recording system, rats, monitoring

Released

10.09.2020

Publisher

Slovak Physical Society, Czech Physical Society

ISBN

978-80-89855-13-1

Book

20th Conference of Czech and Slovak Physicists Proceeding

Pages from

109

Pages to

110

Pages count

2

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT169724,
  author="Amir {Enikeev} and Josef {Skopalík} and Vratislav {Čmiel} and Jana {Kolářová}",
  title="Smart biometric recording system",
  annote="Lab rats and rabbits are traditional biophysical models for study of the orthopedic pathologies and curative effects. Traditional analysis of these pathologies is based on postmortem histological analysis or X-ray analysis or invasive biochemical bioptic sampling, however modern monitoring of orthopedic pathology needs new methods based on quantification of functional movement of body. The quantification could be realised in two different mode, the first mode is global quantification of whole-body movements (implicating the “tracking statistic” during the hours or days of movement), the second mode is the ankle flexion quantification. 
Developing of the complex tool for both of these quantitative analysis of movement was based on optimising of  combination of optical detection system, mathematical image analysis and physical interpretation of detected movement. The traditional veterinary lab box was used wilfully, ue to easy application to standart lab in all countries. cottage of
the limbs and organism.",
  address="Slovak Physical Society, Czech Physical Society",
  booktitle="20th Conference of Czech and Slovak Physicists Proceeding",
  chapter="169724",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Slovak Physical Society, Czech Physical Society",
  year="2020",
  month="september",
  pages="109--110",
  publisher="Slovak Physical Society, Czech Physical Society",
  type="conference paper"
}