Crest lines extraction in volume 3D medical images: a multi-scale approach

@inproceedings{Monga1994CrestLE,
  title={Crest lines extraction in volume 3D medical images: a multi-scale approach},
  author={Olivier Monga and Richard Lengagne and Rachid Deriche},
  booktitle={ICPR},
  year={1994}
}
Recently, we have shown that the diierential properties of the surfaces represented by 3D volumic images can be recovered using their partial derivatives. For instance, the crest lines can be characterized by the rst, second and third partial derivatives of the grey level function I(x; y; z). In this paper, we show that : the computation of the partial derivatives of an image can be improved using recursive lters which approximate the Gaussian lter, a multi-scale approach solves many of the… CONTINUE READING

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