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Recognition, Tracking, and Data Acquisition for Microscopic Worms. ECPE 491: Senior Design Professor Mani Mina. Group 03: Worm Tracking. Client: Dr. Santosh Pandey , Microfluidics Lab Graduate Supervisor: Roy Lycke Ryan Alley, Team Leader Colin Ray, Communicator

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Recognition tracking and data acquisition for microscopic worms

Recognition, Tracking, and Data Acquisition for Microscopic Worms

ECPE 491: Senior Design

Professor Mani Mina


Group 03 worm tracking

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • Client: Dr. SantoshPandey, Microfluidics Lab

  • Graduate Supervisor: Roy Lycke

  • Ryan Alley, Team Leader

  • Colin Ray, Communicator

  • Laith Abbas, Webmaster

  • Shan Zhong

  • ShushengXu


Problem statement

Problem Statement

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • Background

    • C. elegans

      • What are C. elegans?

      • Why are C. elegans studied?

      • How are C. elegansuseful?

    • Behavior

      • Why track them?

      • Qualitative vs. quantitative data

      • How to gather quantitative data?


Functional requirements

Functional Requirements

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • Video Support

    • The software shall support the following video compression codecs:

      • Microsoft Video 1

      • Intel Indeo

    • The software shall support input video frame rates between 1 and 30 frame-per-second.


Functional requirements1

Functional Requirements

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • (take from doc)


Non functional requirements

Non-Functional Requirements

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • (take from doc)


Other considerations

Other Considerations

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • Lab environment

  • Video Quality (resolution, magnification, frames-per-second, length)

  • Host machine expectations (deployment platforms)

  • Pre-recorded vs. realtime

  • Number of worms per unit volume (1 cm x 1 cm x 100 microns)


Market survey

Market Survey

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • Use past work stuff here

  • Talk about uniqueness (behavior analysis) cost-effectiveness


Potential risks mitigation

Potential Risks & Mitigation

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • ???


Resource cost estimate

Resource/Cost Estimate

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • Open source crap is free, etc…


Project milestones schedule

Project Milestones & Schedule

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • Take a look at wiki and talk about that here

  • (graph of critical path schedule/timeline … )


System design

System Design

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • Ryan architects tentative thing (prototype design)


Detailed design

Detailed Design

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • Details


Test plan

Test Plan

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • Play a video!!!!

  • Metrics (human comparison, quality of videos, etc…)


Prototype

Prototype

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • Description and applicable results

  • (videos? Screenshots?)


Project status

Project Status

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • (reference milestones)


Individual contributions

Individual Contributions

Group 03: Worm Tracking

  • (for each person)


Future plan

Future Plan

Group 03: Worm Tracking


References

References

Group 03: Worm Tracking


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