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3D Interactive Centerline Extraction
|Please use this identifier to cite or link to this publication: http://hdl.handle.net/10380/1417|
Submitted by Yong Zhang on 07-07-2008.
This document describes a user-steered method to interactively track centerlines of tubular objects in 3D space. The method is developed as a plug-in of ImageJ using Java language. To evaluate the tracking ability and tracking accuracy, this method has been applied to coronary artery tracking in coronary CT angiography data. Its potential as a user-steered 3D centerline tracking tool has been discussed as well as its limitations and possible improvements.
|Categories:||Derivatives and Integrals, Filtering, Higher order derivatives, Image, Images, IO, Mathematical Morphology, Mathematics, Optimization, Path, PointSet, Probability, Resampling, Spatial Objects|
|Keywords:||Tubular Structure, centerline extraction|
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