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Adaptive active contours ( snakes ) for the segmentation of complex structures in biological images

@inproceedings{Andrey2007AdaptiveAC,
  title={Adaptive active contours ( snakes ) for the segmentation of complex structures in biological images},
  author={P. Andrey and T. Boudier},
  year={2007}
}
  • P. Andrey, T. Boudier
  • Published 2007
  • The rapidly evolving field of biological imaging has seen the recent advent of several technologies that yield three-dimensional images of cells, tissues, organs and organisms. As a result, huge volumes of image data are now routinely produced. Automatized tools are hence required to help users process and analyze efficiently their data. Image segmentation is a key step that is both difficult and time-consuming if performed manually. Unfortunately, fully automatic segmentation approaches… CONTINUE READING
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