Kunyu Tsai

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Magnetic resonance imaging provides very good contrast between different soft tissues; however, in some cases, this technique is not so suitable to image calcified structures like bones. The quality of images is often degraded by blur edges or noises, which makes it difficult to accurately identify bone structures. In this paper, we proposed a new curvelet(More)
The original average contrast and peripheral contrast (ACPC) seeded region growing method performs well in segmenting small object, however, it is not effective to segment large objects with large intensity variations. In this paper, we improve the original ACPC method and propose a new seeded region growing method which is more adaptive to large objects(More)
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