Our goal is the development of a visual computer tool to study the motion induced in the abdomen by breathing. Our inputs are X-ray images, which are acquired in normal inspiration and normal expiration positions. Our researches lead to the conception of a software program that allows an accurate, complete and efficient analysis of visceral dynamics.
this paper addresses the problem of 3D shape retrieval in large databases of 3D objects (large retrieval). While this problem is emerging and interesting as the size of 3D object databases grows rapidly, the main two issues the community has to focus on are: computational efficiency of 3D object retrieval and the quality of retrieved results. In this work… (More)