Adaptive Windowing for Optimal Visualization of Medical Images Based on a Structural Fidelity Measure

@inproceedings{Yeganeh2012AdaptiveWF,
  title={Adaptive Windowing for Optimal Visualization of Medical Images Based on a Structural Fidelity Measure},
  author={Hojatollah Yeganeh and Zhou Wang and Edward R. Vrscay},
  booktitle={ICIAR},
  year={2012}
}
Medical imaging devices often capture the raw data with high precision, producing high dynamic range (HDR) images. To visualize HDR images on regular displays, there has been an increasing number of tone mapping algorithms developed in recent years that convert HDR to low dynamic range (LDR) images. To visualize HDR medical images, a so-called “windowing” procedure is typically employed by which the structural details within the intensity region of interest is mapped to the dynamic range of… CONTINUE READING

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