MIPS11 DRAFT PROGRAMME Tuesday 26 September 2005

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MIPS11



DRAFT PROGRAMME


Tuesday 26
th

September 2005

Evening icebreaker and welcome reception


Wednesday 27
th

September 2005



9.00

Responding to the SCAR TRIP Initiative Challenge

Elizabeth A. Krupinski

Department of Radiology University of Arizona, Tu
cson


9.25

SCAR TRIP Discussion


SESSION 1: VISUAL SEARCH

Chair: David Manning


9.50

Time
-
Series Analysis Of Human Interpretation Data In Mammography

Craig A. Beam, University of South Florida, Moffitt Cancer Research Center &
Institute; Emily F. Conan
t, University Of Pennsylvania; Harold L. Kundel, University of
Pennsylvania; Patricia A. Romily, University of South Florida; Edward A. Sickles,
UCSF, USA


10.15

Evidence for Correlation between Mammogram Feature Conspicuity and
Lesion

Time
-
to
-
First
-
Hit


Phil Perconti & Murray H. Loew

The George Washington University, Washington, D.C., USA


10.40

Coffee break


11.05

The Problem of Image Interpretation in Mammography: Effect of Lesion
Conspicuity on the Visual Search Strategy of Radiologists

Claudia Mello
-
Thom
s, Ph.D.

Department of Radiology, University of Pittsburgh and Magee
-
Womens Hospital,
Pittsburgh, PA, USA


11.30

Eyegaze Tracking of Radiologists: Insights for Search Strategy and Errors in
Comparative Visual Search Tasks

M. Stella Atkins
1

And Adrian Moise

& Robert Rohling
1

School of Computing Science, Simon Fraser University, B.C. Canada

1
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of British Columbia,
B.C., Canada


11.55

Eyegaze Tracking of Radiologists: Insights for Response Times in Co
mparative
Visual Search Tasks

M. Stella Atkins

and Adrian Moise

School of Computing Science, Simon Fraser University, B.C. Canada

Robert Rohling

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of British Columbia,
B.C., Canada


12.20

Lunch


S
ESSION 2: METHODOLOGY

Chair: Jeff Johnson






13.30

Recent Developments in the Dorfman
-
Berbaum
-
Metz (DBM) Procedure for
Multireader ROC study analysis

Stephen L. Hillis, Ph.D.
1
&

Kevin S. Berbaum, Ph.D.
2

1
Center for Research in the Implementation of Innovat
ive Strategies in Practice
(CRIISP)

2
Iowa City VA Medical Center, Iowa City, IA, U.S.A.

Department of Radiology, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, U.S.A.


13.55

A Probabalistic Approach to MRMC Analysis

MA Kupinski, E Clarkson & H H Barrett

Optical Scienc
es Center, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA



14.20

Validation of the Probabilistic MRMC Paradigm

MA Kupinski, E Clarkson & H H Barrett

Optical Sciences Center, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA


14.45

One
-
shot estimate of MRMC variance

Brandon D Gallas, Ph.D

NIBIB/CDRH Laboratory for the Assessment of Medical Imaging Systems, US
FDA/CDRH Rockville, USA


15.10

Comparison of Parametric and Nonparametric Approaches to MRMC
Confidence Intervals

Frank W. Samuelson and Robert F. Wagner

US FDA/
CDRH, HFZ
-
140, Rockville, MD, USA


15.35

tea break


SESSION 3: MODELLING

Chair: Art Burgess


16.00

Dose optimisation of direct digital mammography using the JAFROC method

Tony Svahn
1
, Mark Ruschin
1
, Bengt Hemdal
1
, Dev Chakraborty
2
, Ingvar Andersson
3
,
Anders
Tingberg
1


1
Department of Medical Radiation Physics, Lund University, Malmö University
Hospital, SE
-
205 02, Malmö, Sweden

2
Department of Radiology, University of Pittsburgh, 3520 5
th

Avenue, Suite 300,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213, USA

3
Department of Di
agnostic Radiology, Malmö University Hospital, SE
-
205 02 Malmö,
Sweden


16.25

Analysis of uncertainties in performance assessment of classifiers or model
observers trained and tested with finite samples.



Waleed A. Yousef (George Washington University/CDR
H/FDA Co
-
op Program),
Robert F. Wagner (CDRH/FDA), Murray H. Loew (George Washington University,
USA).


16.50

Update on an Experiment Simulating Observer Inattention in a Detection Task

Yulei

Jiang, William Sacks, Charles E. Metz

The University of Chicago,

Chicago, USA


17.15

A contrario detection of simulated opacities in power
-
law filtered noise images

Bénédicte Grosjean
1
, Lionel Moisan
2
, Serge Muller
1
, Henri Souchay
1

1
GE Healthcare, France

2
MAP5, University of Paris V, France



Conference Dinner



Thursd
ay 28
th

September


SESSION 4: CAD

Chair: Yulei Jiang


09.00

Validation of a classifier for mammographic masses on new data from another
medical institution.

Anna O. Bilska
-
Wolak, Ph.D.


1

Carey E. Floyd Jr., Ph.D.


1,2

Joseph Y. Lo, Ph.D
. 1,2

1

Duke Adva
nced Imaging Laboratories, Department of Radiology, Duke University
Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA

2

Department of Biomedical Engineering, Duke University, Durham NC, USA


09.25

Use Of CAD Algorithms For Mass Detection In An Interactive Decision Support
T
ool

Nico Karssemeijer

Department of Radiology, Medical Centre, Radboud University Nijmegen, The
Netherlands


09.50

Two Implementations of Bayesian Artificial Neural Networks for Computer
-
Aided Diagnosis

Richard M. Zur, Yulei Jiang

The University of Chicag
o, Department of Radiology, Chicago, USA


10.15

Perceptual analysis of adaptive noise filtering for low
-
dose CT images

Carina Hofmann, Jeffrey P. Johnson

Siemens Corporate Research, 755 College Road East, Princeton, NJ, USA


10.40

Coffee break


11,05

Does
image processing in chest radiography reduce the detection threshold for
lesion detection?

L Keating, EM Scalzetti, KM Ogden, W Huda, D Akslerod, ML Roskopf

Department of Radiology, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse NY, USA


11.30

Inter
-

and Intra
-
Observer Variability in Measuring Properties of Spiculated
Lesions on Mammography

Mehul P. Sampat
1
, Gary J. Whitman
2
, Lyle D. Broemeling
2
,

Alan C. Bovik
1
, Mia K. Markey
1

1
The University of Texas at Austin, USA

2
The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cance
r Center, USA



SESSION 5: V
ISUAL SEARCH 2. Chair: Claudia Mello
-
Thoms


11.55

The role of peripheral vision in a fracture detection task

T. Donovan
a
, D.J. Manning

a
, P.W. Philips

b
, S. Higham

b
, T.J. Crawford

b

a
Dept. of Medical Imaging Sciences, St Mar
tin’s College, Lancaster, UK.

b
Psychology Department, Lancaster University, UK


12.20

Visual Search Behaviour in Fracture Detection and Localisation in Plain
Radiographs

J Leong
1+2
, M Nicolaou
1+2
, R Emery
3
, A Darzi
2
, G
-
Z Yang
1

1
Department of Computing, Imp
erial College London

2
Department of Surgical Oncology and Technology, Imperial College London

3
Department of Orthopaedics, St Mary’s Hospital, London, UK


12.45

lunch


13.45

Assessment of Visual Realism of Virtual Bronchoscopy with Eye
-
Tracking

Adrian Chu
ng, Fani Deligianni, Mohamed Elhelw, Pallav Shah, Athol Wells, Guang
-
Zhong Yang

Imperial College, London, UK


14.10

Visual And Sensorimotor Guidance In MIS

A. James, M. Nicolaou, A. Darzi, G
-
Z. Yang

Imperial College London.
Royal Society/Wolfson Medical I
mage Computing
Laboratory & Department of Surgical Oncology and Technology, Imperial College
London, UK


14.35

Determining laparoscopic strategies of novices with eye tracking

Marios Nicolaou, Adam James, Ara Darzi and Guang
-
Zhong Yang

Royal Society/Wolfson Medi
cal Image Computing Laboratory & Department of
Surgical Oncology and Technology, Imperial College London, UK


15.00

Perception in Stacked Image Modalities

P.W. Phillips
1
,2
,
D.J. Manning
2
,
T. Donovan
2
,
T. Crawford
3
, S. Higham
3

1
Dept. of Computing, InfoLab2
1, Lancaster University, Lancaster, U.K.

2
Dept. of Medical Imaging Sciences, St. Martin’s College, Lancaster, U.K.

3
Dept. of Psychology, Lancaster University, Lancaster, U.K.


15.25

Potential for Eye
-
Position Guided Zoom When Viewing Virtual Pathology Sl
ides

Elizabeth A. Krupinski, PhD

Department of Radiology University of Arizona, Tucson, USA


15.50

Order of Report in Abdominal Contrast Studies: Can Satisfaction of Search Be
Prevented?

Kevin S. Berbaum, E.A. Franken, Robert T. Caldwell

Department of Radiology
, University of Iowa, Iowa City, USA



16.15

tea break


SESSION 6: POSTERS

Chair: Nico Karssemeijer


Posters


The impact of reporting digital mammographic images: ergonomic considerations

Neil Hunter and Alastair Gale

AVRC, University of Loughborough, UK


How

does image inversion affect contrast detail curves in chest radiographs?

Andrew Crane, Kent Ogden, Walter Huda & Robert Lavallee

Department of Radiology, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, USA


Computer
-
Assisted Lesion Detection System For Stomach

Screening

S Kono, K Nakamae, M Nakamura, H Fujioka

Department of Information Systems Engineering, Graduate School of Information Science
and Technology, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan


Application of the Jackknife Method to the Kappa Statisitc

Mitsuru Ik
eda*, Shimamoto Kazuhiro*, Takeo Ishigaki

*Department of Radiological Technology, Nagoya University School of Health
Sciences,Nagoya, Japan.

Department of Radiology, Nagoya University School of Medicine, Nagoya, Japan.


Mapping Brain Function based on Supp
ort Vector Machine Regression

Mitsuru Kakimoto

Corporate R&D Center, Toshiba Corp.,

1 Komukai Toshiba
-
cho, Saiwai Kawasaki, Japan



17.30

Boat trip on Lake Windermere with drinks

Evening meal



Friday 29
th

September


SESSION 7: DISPLAYS.

Chair: Elizabeth Krup
inski


09.00

A Strategy To Qualify The Performance Of Radiographic Monitors

D. Gutierrez
1
, P.Monnin
1
, F.Gudinchet
2
, D. Lepori
2
, F.R. Verdun
1
.

1) Institut Universitaire de

Radiophysique

Appliquée, Lausanne

2) CHUV, Service de radiologie, Lausanne


09.25

Imp
act of Display Resolution on Detection of Breast Lesions by Human
Observers

R Saunders
1,2
, E Samei
1,2,3
, J Johnson
4
, J Baker
1

1
Duke Advance Imaging Laboratories, Department of Radiology, Duke University,
Durham, NC, USA

2
Department of Physics, Duke Univers
ity, Durham, NC, USA

3
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Duke University, Durham, NC, USA

4
Siemens Corporate Research, Princeton, NJ, USA


09.50

Effect Of Display Contrast On Mass Detection In Digital Mammography

A. Burgess, P. Judy and F. Jacobson

Radi
ology Dept. Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Harvard medical School, Boston,
USA.


10.15

Stereoscopic digital mammography: the methodology and early results from a
clinical trial

David J. Getty, Ronald M. Pickett, Carl J. D’Orsi*

BBN Technologies, Cambridge, MA

*Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA


10.40

Coffee


11.05

Vision
-
based model observers for softcopy display evaluation

Jeffrey P. Johnson(a), Elizabeth A. Krupinski(b), Hans Roehrig(b)

(a) Siemens Corporate Research, 755 College Road East, Princeton, NJ

(b) Dept. of
Radiology, University of Arizona, 1609 N. Warren Ave., Tucson, USA


SESSION 8: COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL FACTORS.

Chair: Alastair Gale


11.30

Predicting Perceptual Thresholds For Medical Image Watermarking

Anthony J Maeder & Birgit M Planitz

e
-
Health Re
search Centre / CSIRO ICT Centre, 20/300 Adelaide St, Brisbane,
Australia


11.55

The effect of breast tissue density on mass detection

Art Burgess & Philip Judy

Radiology Dept, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA


12.20

Does
experience of categorising cervical cells change the way they are
perceived?

Leslie A. Notman and Paul T. Sowden

University of Surrey, Guildford, UK


12.45

Breast screening: PERFORMS identifies advanced mammographic training
needs


Hazel J. Scott and Alas
tair Gale

AVRC, University of Loughborough, UK


13.10

The Effect Of Glycaemic Status On Fracture Diagnosis

John Leach
1
, David Manning
2
, Sarah Clarkson
1

and Sandra S. Sünram
-
Lea
1

1
Department of Psychology, Lancaster University

2

St Martin's College, Lanca
ster, UK


13.35 Lunch


End of conference