A Game-Theoretic Framework for Landmark-Based Image Segmentation

@article{Ibragimov2012AGF,
  title={A Game-Theoretic Framework for Landmark-Based Image Segmentation},
  author={Bulat Ibragimov and Bostjan Likar and Franjo Pernus and Tomaz Vrtovec},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging},
  year={2012},
  volume={31},
  pages={1761-1776}
}
A novel game-theoretic framework for landmark-based image segmentation is presented. Landmark detection is formulated as a game, in which landmarks are players, landmark candidate points are strategies, and likelihoods that candidate points represent landmarks are payoffs, determined according to the similarity of image intensities and spatial relationships between the candidate points in the target image and their corresponding landmarks in images from the training set. The solution of the… CONTINUE READING

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