MODELLING THE POSITION OF CELL PROFILES ALLOWING FOR BOTH INHOMOGENEITY AND INTERACTION
Keywords:Inhomogeneity, Interaction, Likelihood, Markov point process, Poisson point process, Strauss point process
AbstractIt is of interest to consider models for point processes that allow for interaction between the points as well as for inhomogeneity in the intensity of the points. Markov point process models are very useful to describe point interaction and can also be used to describe inhomogeneity. A particular type of inhomogeneous Markov point processes obtained by transforming a homogeneous Markov point process will be considered. The position of cell proles in a 2D section of the mucous membrane in the stomach of a rat will be examined using this model.
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Nielsen, L. S. (2011). MODELLING THE POSITION OF CELL PROFILES ALLOWING FOR BOTH INHOMOGENEITY AND INTERACTION. Image Analysis & Stereology, 19(3), 183–187. https://doi.org/10.5566/ias.v19.p183-187
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