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2003
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User-Aided Boundary Delineation through the Propagation of Implicit Representations

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User-Aided Boundary Delineation through the Propagation of Implicit Representations
In this paper we introduce user-defined segmentation constraints within the level set methods. Snake-driven methods are powerful and widely explored techniques for object extraction. Level set representations is a mathematical framework technique to implement such methods. This formulation is implicit, intrinsic and parameter/topology free. Introducing shape-driven knowledge within the level set method for segmentation is a recently explored topic. User interactive constraints are more simplistic forms of prior shape knowledge. To this end, we propose a simple formulation that converts user interaction to objective function terms that aim to guide the segmentation solution through the user edits.
Nikos Paragios
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Updated 15 Nov 2009
Type Conference
Year 2003
Where MICCAI
Authors Nikos Paragios
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