en
Proceedings chapter
Open access
English

Comparison of two techniques for organ reconstruction using Visible Human Dataset

Presented at Bethesda (Maryland, USA), 1-2 October 1998
Publication date1998
Abstract

Though the Visible Human Dataset provides a complete volumic coverage of the human body, it does not give information about its structure. An important task is to identify the spatial extents of the organs of interest, and to provide their surface models. In this paper, we will present two methods for the reconstruction of organs from the Visible Human Dataset. The first method is the segmentation of organ on each slice with the snake technique. The second method uses the Shape Constrained Deformable Model. For these two methods, we present testing results of the extraction of different types of organ from the Visible Human Data.

Research group
Citation (ISO format)
CORDIER, Frédéric, MAGNENAT THALMANN, Nadia. Comparison of two techniques for organ reconstruction using Visible Human Dataset. In: The second visible human project conference : proceedings. Bethesda (Maryland, USA). [s.l.] : [s.n.], 1998.
Main files (1)
Proceedings chapter (Accepted version)
accessLevelPublic
Identifiers
  • PID : unige:121381
242views
39downloads

Technical informations

Creation07/23/2019 4:17:00 PM
First validation07/23/2019 4:17:00 PM
Update time03/15/2023 5:49:02 PM
Status update03/15/2023 5:49:02 PM
Last indexation01/17/2024 5:56:53 AM
All rights reserved by Archive ouverte UNIGE and the University of GenevaunigeBlack