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CVPR
2010
IEEE
14 years 2 months ago
Surface Extraction from Binary Volumes with Higher-Order Smoothness
A number of 3D shape reconstruction algorithms, in particular 3D image segmentation methods, produce their results in the form of binary volumes, where a binary value indicates whe...
Victor Lempitsky
VIS
2008
IEEE
192views Visualization» more  VIS 2008»
14 years 6 months ago
Smooth Surface Extraction from Unstructured Point-based Volume Data Using PDEs
Abstract--Smooth surface extraction using partial differential equations (PDEs) is a well-known and widely used technique for visualizing volume data. Existing approaches operate o...
Paul Rosenthal, Lars Linsen
MICCAI
1998
Springer
13 years 9 months ago
Constrained Elastic Surface Nets: Generating Smooth Surfaces from Binary Segmented Data
This paper describes a method for creating object surfaces from binary-segmented data that are free from aliasing and terracing artifacts. In this method, a net of linked surface n...
Sarah F. Frisken Gibson
VIS
2008
IEEE
204views Visualization» more  VIS 2008»
14 years 6 months ago
Surface Extraction from Multi-field Particle Volume Data Using Multi-dimensional Cluster Visualization
Data sets resulting from physical simulations typically contain a multitude of physical variables. It is, therefore, desirable that visualization methods take into account the enti...
Lars Linsen, Tran Van Long, Paul Rosenthal, Ste...
IPMI
1999
Springer
13 years 9 months ago
Model Generation from Multiple Volumes Using Constrained Elastic SurfaceNets
Three dimensional models of anatomical structures are currently used to aid in medical diagnosis, treatment, surgical guidance, and surgical simulation. Limitations on the resolut...
Michael E. Leventon, Sarah F. Frisken Gibson