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A Survey on Deformable Model and its Applications to Medical Imaging

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Number 2 - Article 7
Year of Publication: 2010
Authors:
Ravindra Hegadi
Arpana Kop
Mallikarjun Hangarge

Ravindra Hegadi, Arpana Kop and Mallikarjun Hangarge. A Survey on Deformable Model and its Applications to Medical Imaging. IJCA,Special Issue on RTIPPR (2):64–75, 2010. Published By Foundation of Computer Science. BibTeX

@article{key:article,
	author = {Ravindra Hegadi and Arpana Kop and Mallikarjun Hangarge},
	title = {A Survey on Deformable Model and its Applications to Medical Imaging},
	journal = {IJCA,Special Issue on RTIPPR},
	year = {2010},
	number = {2},
	pages = {64--75},
	note = {Published By Foundation of Computer Science}
}

Abstract

Deformable models provide a promising and vigorously researched model-based approach to computer-assisted medical image analysis. The widely recognized potency of deformable models stems from their ability to segment, match, and track images of anatomic structures by exploiting (bottom-up) constraints derived from the image data together with (top-down) a priori knowledge about the location, size, and shape of these structures. In this paper, a survey of deformable models and their latest extensions are presented.

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