Uncertainty Visualization of Brain Fibers

@inproceedings{Hermosilla2012UncertaintyVO,
  title={Uncertainty Visualization of Brain Fibers},
  author={P. Hermosilla and R. Brecheisen and P. V{\'a}zquez and A. Vilanova},
  booktitle={CEIG},
  year={2012}
}
  • P. Hermosilla, R. Brecheisen, +1 author A. Vilanova
  • Published in CEIG 2012
  • Computer Science
  • Diffuse Tensor Imaging (DTI) is an acquisition method based on Magnetic Resonance (MR) that provides information on the white matter fiber pathways in the living human brain. Such knowledge is crucial for understanding the way different parts of the brain work and how they interact with each other. The reconstruction of fiber tracts, however, depends on a number of parameters that introduce a degree of uncertainty in the data. Together with the parameter setting, other elements such as noise… CONTINUE READING
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