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Compression, Segmentation, and Modeling of Large-Scale Filamentary Volumetric Data

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Compression, Segmentation, and Modeling of Large-Scale Filamentary Volumetric Data
We describe a method for processing large amounts of volumetric data collected from a Knife Edge Scanning Microscope (KESM). The neuronal data that we acquire consists of thin, branching structures extending over very large regions that prior volumetric representations have difficulty dealing with efficiently. Since the full volume data set can be extremely large, on-the-fly processing of the data is necessary. CR Categories: J.3 [Computer Applications]: Life and Medical Sciences--; I.3.8 [Computer Graphics]: Applications--;
Bruce H. McCormick, David Mayerich, John Keyser, P
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Year 2004
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Authors Bruce H. McCormick, David Mayerich, John Keyser, Purna Doddapaneni, Zeki Melek
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