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Issue No.05 - September/October (1989 vol.9)
pp: 16-23
ABSTRACT
<p>The use of computer graphics to study the three-dimensional structure of tissues within an organism such as a human is considered. A system called Sterecon, which uses stereo views of thick sections of tissues and a high-voltage electron microscope, is described. Contours of structures are traced in stereo and entered into a graphics database. Using thick sections decreases the work by ten- to twenty-fold. The database can be manipulated to display cellular organization using various graphics representations.</p>
CITATION
A. Leith, M. Marko, D. Parsons, "Computer Graphics for Cellular Reconstruction", IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol.9, no. 5, pp. 16-23, September/October 1989, doi:10.1109/38.35534
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