Hands-on experience with active appearance models

@inproceedings{Thodberg2002HandsonEW,
  title={Hands-on experience with active appearance models},
  author={Hans Henrik Thodberg},
  booktitle={Medical Imaging: Image Processing},
  year={2002}
}
The aim of this work is to explore the performance of Active Appearance Models (AAMs) in reconstruction and interpretation of bones in hand radiographs. AAM is a generative approach that unifies image segmentation and image understanding. Initial locations for the AAM search are generated by an exhaustive filtering method. A series of AAMs for smaller groups of bones are used. It is found that AAM successful reconstructs 99% of metacarpals, proximal and medial phalanges and the distal 3 cm of… CONTINUE READING
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