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Published by IEEE Computer Society in Los Alamitos, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Diagnostic imaging -- Digital techniques.,
  • Computer vision.,
  • Image Interpretation, Computer-Assisted -- methods.,
  • Diagnostic Imaging.,
  • Models, Anatomic.,
  • Models, Biological.,
  • Computer Simulation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statement[edited by] Ajit Singh, Dmitry Goldgof, Demetri Terzopoulos.
    ContributionsSingh, Ajit, 1963-, Goldgof, Dmitry B., Terzopoulos, Demetri.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC78.7.D53 D44 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 388 p. :
    Number of Pages388
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL363256M
    ISBN 100818685212
    LC Control Number98023491

    Medical Image Analysis 16(1): () (Top 25 hottest articles in Medical Image Analysis in full year) Shaoting Zhang, Yiqiang Zhan, Dimitris N. Metaxas: Deformable segmentation via sparse representation and dictionary learning. Several techniques have been developed in order to cover the segmentation task. Some of the more popular methods in medical image analysis are those based on deformable models [3–5]. They include algorithms, such as Active Shape Models (ASM) and level sets (LS), which are widely documented in .

    of medical image segmentation problems the proposed method can be applied. II. DEFORMABLE MODELS In this section we briefly review the main concepts of deformable models. For an excellent survey of the application of deformable models in medical image analysis we refer to an article by McInerney and Terzopoulos [9]. A. Classical Snakes. Medical Image Analysis Lab Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada We present a novel evolutionary computing based approach to medical image segmentation. Our method complements the image-pixel integration power of deformable shape models with the high-level control mechanisms of genetic algorithms (GA). Specifically.

    Deformable M-Reps for 3D Medical Image Segmentation 87 Figure 2. M-reps: In the 2D example (left) there are 4 figures: a main figure, a protrusion, an indentation, and a separate figure is represented by a chain of medial atoms. Certain medial atoms in a subfigure are interfigurally linked (dashed lines on the left) to their parent. Deformable models provide a promising and vigorously researched model-based approach to computer-assisted medical image analysis. The widely recognized potency of deformable models stems from their ability to segment, match, and track images of anatomic structures by exploiting (bottom-up).


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Deformable Models in Medical Image Analysis focuses on the theoretical and practical aspects of deformable models. The book concentrates on recent developments in novel deformable modeling techniques and on the use of medical images to illustrate the capabilities of their algorithms.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Contents: 1. Deformable Models in Medical Image Analysis: A Survey / Tim McInerney and Demetri Terzopoulos Biomedical Imaging Modalities: An Overview / Raj Acharya, Richard Wasserman and Jeffery Stevens Snakes: Active Contour Models / Michael Kass, Andrew Witkin and Demetri.

Tim McInerney, Demetri Terzopoulos, in Handbook of Medical Image Processing and Analysis (Second Edition), Generality vs Specificity.

Ideally a deformable model should be capable of representing a broad range of shapes and be useful in a wide array of medical applications. Generality is the basis of deformable model formulations with local shape parameters such as snakes. Deformable Models: Biomedical and Clinical Applications is the first entry in the two-volume set which provides a wide cross-section of the methods and algorithms of variational and Partial-Differential Equations (PDE) methods in biomedical image analysis.

The chapters of Deformable Models: Biomedical and Clinical Applications are written by the well-known researchers in this field, and the. This article surveys deformable models, a promising and vigorously researched computer-assisted medical image analysis technique.

Among model-based techniques, deformable models offer a unique and powerful approach to image analysis that combines geometry, physics, and approximation theory.

Image Segmentation Using Deformable Models Figure A potential energy function derived from Fig. (a). Energy minimizing formulation The basic premise of the energy minimizing formulation of deformable con-tours is to find a parameterized curve that minimizes the weighted sum of inter-nal energy and potential energy.

Deformable Models in Medical Image Analysis: A Survey Tim McInerney1 and Demetri Terzopoulos2,3 1DepartmentofComputerScience,RyersonUniversity,Toronto,ON,CanadaM5B2K3 2ComputerScienceDepartment,UniversityofCalifornia,LosAngeles,CA,USA 3DepartmentofComputerScience,UniversityofToronto,Toronto,ON,CanadaM5S3H5 Abstract This.

Deformable Models: Theory and Biomaterial Applications is the second installation in the two-volume set Deformable Models which provides a wide cross-section of the methods and algorithms of variational and PDE methods in biomedical image analysis.

The chapters are written by well-known researchers in this field, and the presentation style goes beyond an intricate abstraction of the theory Brand: Springer-Verlag New York. Deformable Models: Theory and Biomaterial Applications is the second installation in the two-volume set Deformable Models which provides a wide cross-section of the methods and algorithms of variational and PDE methods in biomedical image analysis.

The chapters are written by well-known researchers in this field, and the presentation style goes beyond an intricate abstraction of the theory. Deformable models in medical image analysis: a survey. McInerney T(1), Terzopoulos D. Author information: (1)Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto, ON, Canada.

[email protected] This article surveys deformable models, a promising and vigorously researched computer-assisted medical image analysis by: Deformable Surface Models in Medical Image Analysis: Automatic surface extraction using deformable meshes [Jussi Tohka] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Surface extraction from noisy volumetric images is a common task in medical image analysis. Due to noise. To address these difficulties, deformable models have been extensively studied and widely used in medical image segmentation, with promising results.

Deformable models are curves or surfaces defined within an image domain that can move under the influence of internal forces, which are defined within the curve or surface itself, and external.

Deformable Models: Biomedical and Clinical Applications is the first entry in the two-volume set which provides a wide cross-section of the methods and algorithms of variational and Partial-Differential Equations (PDE) methods in biomedical image analysis.

The chapters of Deformable Models: Biomedical and Clinical Applications are written by the well-known researchers in this field, and the Format: Hardcover. A Survey on Deformable Models and their Applications to Medical Imaging. Level Set Method for Image Segmentation: A Survey.

A Survey for Region-based Level Set Image Segmentation. Deformable Models in Medical Image Analysis. A Fast Level Set Method for Propagating Interfaces. Shape-Specific Adaptations for Level-Set Deformable Model-Based.

In book: Summary of results from the VISIT (Visual Information Technology Program)Publisher: Centre for Image Analysis, Uppsala University, Author: Ghassan Hamarneh. Deformable models, with their roots in estimation theory, optimization, and physics-based dynamical systems, represent a powerful approach to the general problem of medical image segmentation.

Deformable Models: Biomedical and Clinical Applications is the first entry in the two-volume set which provides a wide cross-section of the methods and algorithms of variational and Partial-Differential Equations (PDE) methods in biomedical image analysis.

The chapters of Deformable Models: Biomedical and Clinical Applications are written by. Deep learning is providing exciting solutions for medical image analysis problems and is seen as a key method for future applications.

This book gives a clear understanding of the principles and methods of neural network and deep learning concepts, showing how the algorithms that integrate deep learning as a core component have been applied to medical image detection, segmentation and.

We successfully applied a combination of deformable models with a part-based representation for several object detection and boundary delineation tasks in medical image analysis. With this paper we describe how to use our part-based deformable model for object detection and segmentation and illustrate the applicability to different tasks in.

Level set methods are numerical techniques which offer remarkably powerful tools for understanding, analyzing, and computing interface motion in a host of settings. When used for medical imaging analysis and segmentation, the function assigns a label to each pixel or voxel and optimality is defined.

work which applies deformable models to a variety of static and time varying medical data sets from scales on the macroscopic to the microscopic.

The subsequent sections focus on the extraction of 3D models from se-rial microscopy, opthalmic image analysis, dynamic 3D cardiac image analysis, and tracking for biomechanics.This chapter focuses on deformable-model based segmentation, due to the many advances it has made in the field of medical imaging analysis, the ease of integrating its concepts in any framework, and the high efficiency it provides in convergence to solutions.Towards Intelligent Deformable Models for Medical Image Analysis.

PhD thesis, Department of Signals and Systems, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology, ISBN: Keyword(s): Segmentation, Shape Modelling and Analysis, Deformable Models, Deformable Organisms, Artificial Life.