Change 2D to 3D In Image Processing Biotechnology

Youssef Ali Alhendawi


The main tool for scanning is the electron microscope for bio-gauge. On the other hand, Transmission electron microscopy and Atomic-force microscopy (AFM) are increasingly used for minimum size lineaments in medical, agricultural, and bio-scientific samples. It is also noted that, some natural properties, which give its information is poor and mistakes in probability of discussion, will be high. In this paper, the researcher will tackle this problem using different technique in image processing to get more clarification, sufficient information and in depth the researcher will generate it by more methods as texture map and mosaic method. And will make the comparison between the model and the other hardware laboratory. We have got a series of images that willconstrue using the above-mentioned techniques. The filtering depends on the process of replacing devices and numerical methods that help to analyze the image and samples digitally and also get the third dimension of the first and second dimension as well as find the fourth dimension to find the properties and details of the pictures and samples that we will get. We will build code on many files, collect photos,  medical  and  botanical  samples filter images, process and convert images into data files and then work on the data file to execute programs and icons for all filters and analyzes.

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