Stefan Markus Giebel

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2D-shape analysis of biological objects is described first in 2007 with MRI-data (magnetic resonance imaging) of renal tumours of infancy. For shape analysis the evaluation of landmarks is necessary (n >2). In this study 24 landmarks are selected. Every object is described by these landmarks. The shape is the standardised and centred object. The procedure(More)
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