The Virtual Skeleton Database: An Open Access Repository for Biomedical Research and Collaboration

@inproceedings{Lai2013TheVS,
  title={The Virtual Skeleton Database: An Open Access Repository for Biomedical Research and Collaboration},
  author={Run-Zhi Lai and George Sakellaropoulos and Michael Kistler and S. Bonaretti and Marcel Pfahrer and Roman Niklaus and P B{\"u}chler},
  booktitle={Journal of medical Internet research},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Statistical shape models are widely used in biomedical research. They are routinely implemented for automatic image segmentation or object identification in medical images. In these fields, however, the acquisition of the large training datasets, required to develop these models, is usually a time-consuming process. Even after this effort, the collections of datasets are often lost or mishandled resulting in replication of work. OBJECTIVE To solve these problems, the Virtual… CONTINUE READING
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