Constrained Active Appearance Models for Segmentation of Triplane Echocardiograms

@article{Hansegrd2007ConstrainedAA,
  title={Constrained Active Appearance Models for Segmentation of Triplane Echocardiograms},
  author={J\oger Hanseg{\aa}rd and Stig Urheim and K. Lunde and Stein I. Rabben},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging},
  year={2007},
  volume={26},
  pages={1391-1400}
}
This paper presents multiview and multiframe active appearance models (AAMs) for left ventricular segmentation in triplane echocardiograms. We describe a general way of integrating local edge detector based segmentation algorithms into the AAM framework. The feasibility of this approach is evaluated by comparing an AAM constrained by a dynamic programming (DP) based snake with an unconstrained AAM, and an AAM constrained by manually defined landmarks. A leave-one-out validation scheme was used… CONTINUE READING

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