Keelin Murphy

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Medical image registration is an important task in medical image processing. It refers to the process of aligning data sets, possibly from different modalities (e.g., magnetic resonance and computed tomography), different time points (e.g., follow-up scans), and/or different subjects (in case of population studies). A large number of methods for image(More)
It is estimated that by 2050 more than one in five people will be aged 65 or over. In this age group, falls are one of the most serious life-threatening events that can occur. Their automatic detection would help reduce the time of arrival of medical attention, thus reducing the mortality rate and in turn promoting independent living. This study evaluated a(More)
Numerous publications and commercial systems are available that deal with automatic detection of pulmonary nodules in thoracic computed tomography scans, but a comparative study where many systems are applied to the same data set has not yet been performed. This paper introduces ANODE09 ( http://anode09.isi.uu.nl), a database of 55 scans from a lung cancer(More)
An algorithm is presented for the efficient semi-automatic construction of a detailed reference standard for registration in thoracic CT. A well-distributed set of 100 landmarks is detected fully automatically in one scan of a pair to be registered. Using a custom-designed interface, observers locate corresponding anatomic locations in the second scan. The(More)
PURPOSE To compare manual measurements of diameter, volume, and mass of pulmonary ground-glass nodules (GGNs) to establish which method is best for identifying malignant GGNs by determining change across time. MATERIALS AND METHODS In this ethics committee-approved retrospective study, baseline and follow-up CT examinations of 52 GGNs detected in a lung(More)
EMPIRE10 (Evaluation of Methods for Pulmonary Image REgistration 2010) is a public platform for fair and meaningful comparison of registration algorithms which are applied to a database of intrapatient thoracic CT image pairs. Evaluation of nonrigid registration techniques is a nontrivial task. This is compounded by the fact that researchers typically test(More)
Quantitative evaluation of image registration algorithms is a difficult and under-addressed issue due to the lack of a reference standard in most registration problems. In this work a method is presented whereby detailed reference standard data may be constructed in an efficient semi-automatic fashion. A well-distributed set of n landmarks is detected fully(More)
PURPOSE To analyze pulmonary function using a fully automatic technique which processes pairs of thoracic CT scans acquired at breath-hold inspiration and expiration, respectively. The following research objectives are identified to: (a) describe and systematically analyze the processing pipeline and its results; (b) verify that the quantitative, regional(More)
EMPIRE10 is a public platform for fair and meaningful comparison of registration algorithms which are applied to a database of intra-patient thoracic CT image pairs. Participants download 20 datasets from the internet, register them, and return the results for independent evaluation. Evaluation is carried out in four separate categories and participants are(More)
OBJECTIVE To develop and validate two automatic methods for the detection of burst and interburst periods in preterm eight-channel electroencephalographs (EEG). To perform a detailed analysis of interobserver agreement on burst and interburst periods and use this as a benchmark for the performance of the automatic methods. To examine mathematical features(More)