Image Processing, International Conference on (1997)
Oct. 26, 1997 to Oct. 29, 1997
C. Di Sacco , IEI-CNR, Italy
L. Lutzemberger , IEI-CNR, Italy
O. Salvetti , IEI-CNR, Italy
The analysis of two- and three-dimensional deformations applied to structures having non-regular geometry is presented. Deformations are studied in order to understand complex dynamic problems coded into image sequences. In particular, methods have been developed that are suitable to control the reconstruction and the spatial deformation of cerebral structures, in their different aspects of morphometry, isometry and densitometry. Finally, a simulation process of brain deformation caused by a neoplasia in real relevant clinical cases has been performed.
image sequences; deformation analysis; three-dimensional morphometric structures; 3D deformation; nonregular geometry; two-dimensional deformation; image sequences; image coding; reconstruction; spatial deformation; cerebral structures; morphometry; isometry; densitometry; simulation process; brain deformation; neoplasia; clinical cases; CT brain images
O. Salvetti, C. Di Sacco and L. Lutzemberger, "Deformation analysis of three-dimensional morphometric structures," Image Processing, International Conference on(ICIP), Washington, DC, 1997, pp. 452.