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Segmentation of anatomical structures in chest radiographs using supervised methods: a comparative study on a public database
The task of segmenting the lung fields, the heart, and the clavicles in standard posterior-anterior chest radiographs is considered. Three supervised segmentation methods are compared: active shapeExpand
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FAME-a flexible appearance modeling environment
Combined modeling of pixel intensities and shape has proven to be a very robust and widely applicable approach to interpret images. As such the active appearance model (AAM) framework has beenExpand
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The IMM Face Database, An Annotated Dataset of 240 Face Images
A machine for screwing down the spoke nuts of a bicycle wheel while controlling the torque applied to each nut in response to the position of the nut on the wheel in relation to the order ofExpand
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A Brief Introduction to Statistical Shape Analysis
This note aims at giving a brief introduction to the field of statistical shape analysis looked at from an image analysis point of view. Basic techniques such as Procrustes analysis, tangent spaceExpand
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Active appearance models: Theory, exten - sions & cases
A microwave oven having a door with a peripheral microwave seal structure which is fabricated from one or more die formed aluminum parts and solid dielectric inserts to form a resonant transmissionExpand
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Multi-band modelling of appearance
Abstract Earlier work has demonstrated generative models capable of synthesising near photo-realistic grey-scale images of objects. These models have been augmented with colour information, andExpand
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Active appearance models: Theory and cases
In this paper, we present a general approach towards image segmentation using the deformable model Active Appearance Model (AAM) as proposed by Cootes et al. A priori knowledge is learned throughExpand
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Unsupervised motion-compensation of multi-slice cardiac perfusion MRI
This paper presents a novel method for registration of single and multi-slice cardiac perfusion MRI. Utilising off-line computer intensive analyses of variance and clustering in an annotated trainingExpand
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Bi-temporal 3D active appearance models with applications to unsupervised ejection fraction estimation
Rapid and unsupervised quantitative analysis is of utmost importance to ensure clinical acceptance of many examinations using cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). We present a framework thatExpand
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Corpus callosum atrophy is associated with mental slowing and executive deficits in subjects with age-related white matter hyperintensities: the LADIS Study
Background: Previous research has indicated that corpus callosum atrophy is associated with global cognitive decline in neurodegenerative diseases, but few studies have investigated specificExpand
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