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Louisiana Tech professor co-edits book on computational analysis of human eye
Date:1/17/2012

researchers in both ophthalmology and computer science will benefit due to the exposition of current techniques that are in the intersection of these two areas.

"Computational Analysis of the Human Eye with Applications" was co-edited by Dua, Rajendra Acharya U. of Ngee Ann Polytechnic Institute in Singapore and E. Y. K. Ng of Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. The success of and demand for Dua's first co-authored book, "Data Mining and Machine Learning in Cybersecurity" resulted in its recent release for the Amazon Kindle.

Dua earned his Ph.D. from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge and has received numerous research awards from the State and Louisiana Tech, including the 2007 Research Recognition Award and the 2009 Inventor Recognition Award. He is a nationally-recognized expert in data mining, image processing and computational decision support, pattern recognition, data warehousing, biomedical informatics, and heterogeneous distributed data integration, and is frequently invited to serve as a scientific review panelist for various federal agencies.


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