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CBMS
2000
IEEE
8 years 8 months ago
Use of Shape Models to Search Digitized Spine X-rays
We are building a biomedical information resource consisting of digitized x-ray images and associated textual data from national health surveys. This resource, the Web-based Medic...
L. Rodney Long, George R. Thoma
CAIP
2007
Springer
143views Image Analysis» more  CAIP 2007»
8 years 10 months ago
A Level Set Bridging Force for the Segmentation of Dendritic Spines
The paper focusses on a group of segmentation problems dealing with 3D data sets showing thin objects that appear disconnected in the data due to partial volume effects or a large...
Karsten Rink, Klaus D. Tönnies
CBMS
2003
IEEE
8 years 9 months ago
Localizing Contour Points for Indexing an X-Ray Image Retrieval System
Vertebra shape can effectively describe various pathologies found in spine x-ray images. There are some critical regions on the shape contour which help determine whether the shap...
Xiaoqian Xu, D. J. Lee, Sameer Antani, L. Rodney L...
ISBI
2009
IEEE
8 years 11 months ago
Bridging the Semantic Gap Using Ranking Svm for Image Retrieval
One of the main challenges for Content-Based Image Retrieval (CBIR) is to achieve meaningful mappings between the high-level semantic concepts and the low-level visual features in...
Haiying Guan, Sameer Antani, L. Rodney Long, Georg...
DAGSTUHL
2010
8 years 5 months ago
Generalized Hyper-cylinders: a Mechanism for Modeling and Visualizing N-D Objects
The display of surfaces and solids has usually been restricted to the domain of scientific visualization; however, little work has been done on the visualization of surfaces and s...
Matthew O. Ward, Zhenyu Guo
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