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Image processing is manipulation of an image that has been digitised and uploaded into a computer. Software programs modify the image to make it more useful, and can for example be used to enable image recognition.
Ciric et al. describe a protocol for the removal of motion artifacts from functional MRI data. They introduce a software package that implements common denoising protocols and provides tools for assessing the efficacy of denoising.
A type of neural network first described in 2015 can be trained to translate between images of the same field of view acquired by different modalities. Trained networks can use information inherent in grayscale images of cells to predict fluorescent signals.