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Laxminarayan, S. ; Div. of Acad. Comput. & Radiol., Univ. of Med. & Dentistry of New Jersey, Piscataway, NJ, USA ; Parmett, S. ; Reantragoon, S. ; Yadav, J.
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Some of the key constituents of computerization in the biomedical sciences and clinical research are examined. The biomedical basic-science environment of the 1990s is viewed as a scientific 'union', typically spanning the activities of a genetic engineering resources center, a molecular modeling and dynamics laboratory, a visualization and imaging center, a biomedical signals processing laboratory, a computer graphics unit, and a mathematical/biostatistical and artificial intelligence laboratory. Each of these activities and the advanced computational and networking technologies that are the basis of interconnectivity among them are discussed.<>

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Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 1 )