Trace Inference, Curvature Consistency, and Curve Detection

  title={Trace Inference, Curvature Consistency, and Curve Detection},
  author={Pierre Parent and Steven W. Zucker},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell.},
Upon our previous efforts to validate the DT-MRI fiber tracks with fibers extracted from fluoroscopy data, we fell into a problem of fiber crossings. Basic DT-MRI fiber tracking methods fail at the crossings and need to be inferred from the data. Hence, we found this paper useful for our research purposes, and implemented it. This paper takes the inference procedure as a two step process; namely a trace inference stage and a curve synthesis stage; and focuses only on the first problem. Instead… CONTINUE READING
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