Tung-Ying Lee

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Operation in minimally invasive surgery is more difficult since the surgeons perform operations without haptic feedback or depth perception. Moreover, the field of view perceived by the surgeons through endoscopy is usually quite limited. The goal of this paper is to allow surgeons to see wide-angle images from endoscopy without the drawback of lens(More)
Implicit surface representation is well suited for surface reconstruction from a large amount of 3D noisy data points with non-uniform sampling density. Previous 3D non-rigid model registration methods can only be applied to the mesh or volume representations, but not directly to implicit surfaces. To our best knowledge, the previous 3D registration methods(More)
In two-dimensional Fourier transform magnetic resonance imaging (2DFT-MRI), patient/object motion during the image acquisition results in ghosting and blurring. These motion artifacts are commonly considered as a major limitation in the MRI community. To correct these artifacts without resorting to additional navigator echoes, most existing methods perform(More)
Rolling shutter correction has attracted considerable attention in recent years. Several algorithms have been proposed to correct the distortion. Previous methods on rolling shutter correction did not consider depth variations in the scene. In this work, we overcome the limitation of the previous works that the depth of field in the scene is small. We(More)