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    Automatic Localization and Segmentation of Vertebrae for Cobb Estimation and Curvature Deformity

    Joddat Fatima1,*, Amina Jameel2, Muhammad Usman Akram3, Adeel Muzaffar Syed1, Malaika Mushtaq3

    Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing, Vol.34, No.3, pp. 1489-1504, 2022, DOI:10.32604/iasc.2022.025935

    Abstract The long twisted fragile tube, termed as spinal cord, can be named as the second vital organ of Central Nervous System (CNS), after brain. In human anatomy, all crucial life activities are controlled by CNS. The spinal cord does not only control the flow of information from the brain to rest of the body, but also takes charge of our reflexes control and the mobility of body. It keeps the body upright and acts as the main support for the flesh and bones. Spine deformity can occur by birth, due to aging, injury or spine surgery. In this research article,… More >

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    Modeling and Analysis of Leftover Issues and Release Time Planning in Multi-Release Open Source Software Using Entropy Based Measure

    Meera Sharma1, H. Pham2, V.B. Singh3

    Computer Systems Science and Engineering, Vol.34, No.1, pp. 33-46, 2019, DOI:10.32604/csse.2019.34.033

    Abstract In Open Source Software (OSS), users report different issues on issues tracking systems. Due to time constraint, it is not possible for developers to resolve all the issues in the current release. The leftover issues which are not addressed in the current release are added in the next release issue content. Fixing of issues result in code changes that can be quantified with a measure known as complexity of code changes or entropy. We have developed a 2-dimensional entropy based mathematical model to determine the leftover issues of different releases of five Apache open source products. A model for release… More >

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