Real-time segmentation of surgical instruments inside the abdominal cavity using a joint hue saturation color feature

@article{Doignon2005RealtimeSO,
  title={Real-time segmentation of surgical instruments inside the abdominal cavity using a joint hue saturation color feature},
  author={Christophe Doignon and Pierre Graebling and Michel de Mathelin},
  journal={Real-Time Imaging},
  year={2005},
  volume={11},
  pages={429-442}
}
In this paper, the real-time segmentation of surgical instruments with color images used in minimally invasive surgery is addressed. This work has been developed in the scope of the robotized laparoscopic surgery, specifically for the detection and tracking of gray regions and accounting for images of metallic instruments inside the abdominal cavity. With this environment, the moving background due to the breathing motion, the non-uniform and time-varying lighting conditions and the presence of… CONTINUE READING

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