Development of novel BMIP algorithms for human eyes affected with glaucoma and hardware implementation using VLSI based embedded systems
Pavithra G, Manjunath TC and Anushree G
Department of ECE, DSCE, Bangalore, India
Accepted 23 October, 2017
Citation: Pavithra G, Manjunath TC and Anushree G (2017). Development of novel BMIP algorithms for human eyes affected with glaucoma and hardware implementation using VLSI based embedded systems. International Research Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 3(2): 099-103.
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Glaucoma is one of the second driving eye maladies on the planet, if not treated legitimately may prompt lasting visual impairment. There are no particular side effects when the glaucoma disease is considered, especially for this type of eye disease, the effect of which is the vision loss in the human eyes. Because of measuring, the container zone increments, which will result in the vision impairment in the human eyes. Normally exceptionally prepared opthalmogists physically review eye pictures as tedious way. In this unique circumstance, we are attempting to build up some novel calculations for programmed recognition of eyes influenced with glaucoma utilizing picture preparing separating and change strategies and actualize the same on equipment utilizing micro-controller framework. The product that will be created by us could be implanted on the equipment to test the sound and undesirable fundus pictures for the recognition of glaucoma. The calculations that could be created can be actualized wrt the eye pictures in HDL language utilizing Xilinx ISE, MATLAB and MODELSIM, TI based unit or NI based pack (any one) is the equipment apparatus that is considered for execution purposes.
Keywords: Glaucoma, Eye, Pressure, Hardware, Software, Disease.