Computer assisted sperm motility analysis implemented on hybrid CPU+FPGA architecture as an intelligent microscope application
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CitationŞavkay, O. L., Yalçın, M. E. & Tavşanoǧlu, A. V. (2016). Computer assisted sperm motility analysis implemented on hybrid CPU+FPGA architecture as an intelligent microscope application. Paper presented at the International Workshop on Cellular Nanoscale Networks and their Applications, 33-34.
In this paper we present a Computer Assisted Semen Analysis (CASA) system which is designed and implemented on a hybrid CPU+FPGA architecture platform. The sperm motility analysis deals with the dynamics of sperm movements, thus requires video analysis. A 1280x960 pixel, up to 30 fps programmable camera is used and attached to a trinocular microscope and a PC is used as an HMI and for post calculations, data logging and reporting. The proposed system enables real-time image processing and hence a fast analysis environment, which is important for sperm analysis. In this way we achieved a reconfigurable, reprogrammable, adaptable and extendible system, which can be interpreted as an intelligent microscope.
SourceInternational Workshop on Cellular Nanoscale Networks and their Applications
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