F. K. Takase

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This work discusses a 4D lung reconstruction method from unsynchronized MR sequential images. The lung, differently from the heart, does not have its own muscles, turning impossible to see its real movements. The visualization of the lung in motion is an actual topic of research in medicine. CT (Computerized Tomography) can obtain spatio-temporal images of(More)
The purpose of this work is to define a new algorithm for converting a CSG representation into a B-Rep representation. Usually this conversion is done determining the union, intersection or difference from two B-Rep represented solids. Due to the lack of explicit representation of surface boundaries, CSG models must be converted into B-Rep solid models when(More)
The problem of determining object geometry and position from image matches is an open issue in Computer Vision. It can be addressed using epipolar geometry, calculating the fundamental matrix from the correspondence of image pairs from a moving camera sequence. The fundamental matrix obtained from a set of point matches between two images in a motion(More)
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