10.7 Shape Descriptions Computed from a Set of Slices

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Slices. Shape from Slices.

Fuchs, H., Kedem, Z.M., Uselton, S.P.,
Optimal Surface Reconstructions from Planar Contours,
CACM(20), No. 10, October 1977, pp. 693-702. Surface Reconstruction. Actually a graphics paper, but a description of surface reconstructions from a set of slices. BibRef 7710

Ip, H.S.S.,
Detection and Three-Dimensional Reconstruction of a Vascular Network from Serial Sections,
PRL(1), 1983, pp. 497-505. BibRef 8300

Paton, K., Zucker, S.W.,
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Sloan, K.R., and Painter, J.,
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IEEE Abstract.
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Baker, H.H.[H. Harlyn],
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Baker, H.H.,
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IJCV(3), No. 1. May 1989, pp. 51-72.
Springer DOI BibRef 8905
And: DARPA88(1031-1040). BibRef
Earlier:
Surface Reconstruction from Image Sequences,
ICCV88(334-343).
IEEE DOI More on generating volumes from slices (motion, CAT, etc.). BibRef

Macias-Garza, F., Bovik, A.C., Diller, K.R., Aggarwal, S.J., and Aggarwal, J.K.,
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Macias-Garza, F., Diller, K.R., Bovik, A.C., Aggarwal, S.J., Aggarwal, J.K.,
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Macias-Garza, F., Bovik, A.C., Diller, K.R., Aggarwal, S.J.,
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ICPR88(II: 974-976).
IEEE DOI 8811
BibRef

Wang, Y.F., and Aggarwal, J.K.,
Surface Reconstruction and Representation of 3-D Scenes,
PR(19), No. 3, 1986, pp. 197-207.
WWW Link. BibRef 8600
Earlier:
Construction of Surface Representation from 3-D Volumetric Scene Description,
CVPR85(130-135). (Univ. of Texas) Given a set of slices of possibly many objects, construct a 3-D surface model. BibRef

Boissonnat, J.D.[Jean-Daniel],
Shape Reconstruction from Planar Cross Sections,
CVGIP(44), No. 1, October 1988, pp. 1-29.
WWW Link. BibRef 8810
Earlier:
Surface Reconstruction from Planar Cross Sections,
CVPR85(393-397). (INRIA) Triangulation method for surface description, given slices of data. BibRef

Cappelletti, J.D., and Rosenfeld, A.,
Three-Dimensional Boundary Following,
CVGIP(48), No. 1, October 1989, pp. 80-92.
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Lin, W.C.[Wei-Chung], Chen, S.Y., and Chen, C.T.,
A New Surface Interpolation Technique for Reconstructing 3D Objects from Serial Cross-Sections,
CVGIP(48), No. 1, October 1989, pp. 124-143.
WWW Link. BibRef 8910
Earlier: Chen, J.S., and A1 only: ICPR88(II: 1100-1102).
IEEE DOI 8811
BibRef

Sander, P.T., and Zucker, S.W.,
Singularities of Principal Direction Fields from 3-D Images,
PAMI(14), No. 3, March 1992, pp. 309-317.
IEEE Abstract.
IEEE DOI BibRef 9203
Earlier: ICCV88(666-670).
IEEE DOI BibRef

Sander, P.T.[Peter T.], Zucker, S.W.[Steven W.],
Computing Principal Direction Fields as Frame Bundle Cross Sections,
ICPR88(I: 582-584).
IEEE DOI BibRef 8800

Sander, P.T.[Peter T.], Zucker, S.W.[Steven W.],
Inferring Surface Trace and Differential Structure from 3-D Images,
PAMI(12), No. 9, September 1990, pp. 833-854.
IEEE Abstract.
IEEE DOI BibRef 9009
Earlier:
Charting surface structure,
ECCV90(418-426).
Springer DOI 9004
BibRef
Earlier:
Tracing Surfaces for Surfacing Traces,
ICCV87(241-249). BibRef
Earlier:
Stable Surface Estimation,
ICPR86(1165-1167). Find principal curvature points and direction field using smooth surfaces. Represent using overlapping local surface patches. BibRef

Trucco, E.[Emanuele],
From Slice Data to Suggestive Parts,
AMV Strategies921992, pp. 289-300. Segement the range data into parts. BibRef 9200

Trucco, E.,
Inferring Convex Parts from Slice Data,
PRL(12), 1991, pp. 707-715. BibRef 9100

Trucco, E.,
Part segmentation of slice data using regularity,
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O'Rourke, J.,
On the Scaling Heuristic for Reconstruction from Slices,
GMIP(56), No. 5, September 1994, pp. 420-423. BibRef 9409

Bajaj, C.L., Coyle, E.J., Lin, K.N.,
Arbitrary Topology Shape Reconstruction from Planar Cross-Sections,
GMIP(58), No. 6, November 1996, pp. 524-543. 9701
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Shapiro, V.A.,
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IEEE DOI 9605
Invariant to shift, rotation, and scale. Decompose the matching into a set where the dimension is reduced by one. Applied to CT data. BibRef

Ourselin, S., Roche, A., Subsol, G., Pennec, X., Ayache, N.J.,
Reconstructing a 3D structure from serial histological sections,
IVC(19), No. 1-2, January 2001, pp. 25-31.
WWW Link. 0101
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Penney, G.P., Schnabel, J.A., Rueckert, D., Viergever, M.A., Niessen, W.J.,
Registration-Based Interpolation,
MedImg(23), No. 7, July 2004, pp. 922-926.
IEEE Abstract. 0407
Interpolate between slices in CAT BibRef

Lee, S.C.[Sang-Chul], Bajcsy, P.[Peter],
Trajectory fusion for three-dimensional volume reconstruction,
CVIU(110), No. 1, April 2008, pp. 19-31.
WWW Link. 0711
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Three-Dimensional Volume Reconstruction Based on Trajectory Fusion from Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope Images,
CVPR06(II: 2221-2228).
IEEE DOI 0606
BibRef
Earlier:
Spatial Intensity Correction of Fluorescent Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope Images,
CVAMIA06(143-154).
Springer DOI 0605
3D Volume reconstruction; Trajectory fusion; Confocal laser scanning microscopy; Sub-volume registration; Extrapolation; Residual minimization BibRef

Choi, Y.K.[Young-Kyu], Park, E.J.[Eun-Jin],
HSWIS: Hierarchical Shrink-Wrapped Iso-Surface Algorithm,
IEICE(E92-D), No. 4, April 2009, pp. 757-760.
WWW Link. 0907
from a set of tomographic cross sections. BibRef

Tang, M.[Min],
Automatic registration and fast volume reconstruction from serial histology sections,
CVIU(115), No. 8, August 2011, pp. 1112-1120.
Elsevier DOI 1101
Image registration; Three-dimensional reconstruction; Volume rendering; Serial histology sections. For serial tissue sections. BibRef

Michalek, J., Capek, M.,
A Piecewise Monotone Subgradient Algorithm for Accurate L^1 -TV Based Registration of Physical Slices With Discontinuities in Microscopy,
MedImg(32), No. 5, May 2013, pp. 901-918.
IEEE DOI 1305
BibRef

Sdika, M.,
A Sharp Sufficient Condition for B-Spline Vector Field Invertibility. Application to Diffeomorphic Registration and Interslice Interpolation,
SIIMS(6), No. 4, 2013, pp. 2236-2257.
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BibRef

Li, Y.[Yibao], Shin, J.[Jaemin], Choi, Y.H.[Yong-Ho], Kim, J.[Junseok],
Three-dimensional volume reconstruction from slice data using phase-field models,
CVIU(137), No. 1, 2015, pp. 115-124.
Elsevier DOI 1506
Image segmentation BibRef

Li, Y.[Yibao], Kim, J.[Junseok],
Fast and efficient narrow volume reconstruction from scattered data,
PR(48), No. 12, 2015, pp. 4057-4069.
Elsevier DOI 1509
Offset surface reconstruction BibRef

Kim, S.U.[Sang-Un], Lee, C.O.[Chang-Ock],
Accurate Surface Reconstruction in 3D Using Two-dimensional Parallel Cross Sections,
JMIV(53), No. 2, October 2015, pp. 182-195.
Springer DOI 1508
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Eshghi, M., Roth, H.R., Oda, M., Chung, M.S., Mori, K.,
Comparison of the deep-learning-based automated segmentation methods for the head sectioned images of the virtual Korean human project,
MVA17(290-293)
DOI Link 1708
Biomedical imaging, Convolution, Image segmentation, Semantics, Standards, Testing, Training BibRef

Kartasalo, K.[Kimmo], Latonen, L.[Leena], Visakorpi, T.[Tapio], Nykter, M.[Matti], Ruusuvuori, P.[Pekka],
Benchmarking of algorithms for 3D tissue reconstruction,
ICIP16(2360-2364)
IEEE DOI 1610
Benchmark testing. From 2D sections. BibRef

Shiradkar, R.[Rakesh], Ong, S.H.[Sim Heng],
Surface reconstruction using isocontours of constant depth and gradient,
ICIP13(360-363)
IEEE DOI 1402
Equations BibRef

Lai, P.L.[Po-Lun], Yilmaz, A.[Alper],
Shape Recovery Using Rotated Slicing Planes,
CISP09(1-5).
IEEE DOI 0910
BibRef
Earlier:
Efficient object shape recovery via slicing planes,
CVPR08(1-6).
IEEE DOI 0806
BibRef

Yahya, F.[Fatimah], Ali, J.M.[Jamaludin M.], Majid, A.A.[Ahmad Abdul], Ibrahim, A.[Arsmah],
Automatic G1 Surface Reconstruction from Serial Cross-Sectional Images,
Visual08(xx-yy).
Springer DOI 0809
BibRef

Georg, M.[Manfred], Souvenir, R.[Richard], Hope, A.[Andrew], Pless, R.[Robert],
Simultaneous data volume reconstruction and pose estimation from slice samples,
CVPR08(1-6).
IEEE DOI 0806
BibRef

Sirakov, N.M.[Nikolay Metodiev],
Shape's Related 3D Objects Indexing and Image Database Organization,
Southwest08(45-48).
IEEE DOI 0803
3D shape from 2D sections. BibRef

van Zwieten, J.E.[Joris E.], Botha, C.P.[Charl P.], Willekens, B.[Ben], Schutte, S.[Sander], Post, F.H.[Frits H.], Simonsz, H.J.[Huib J.],
Digitisation and 3D Reconstruction of 30 Year Old Microscopic Sections of Human Embryo, Foetus and Orbit,
ICIAR06(II: 636-647).
Springer DOI 0610
BibRef

Bogush, A.L., Tuzikov, A.V., Sheynin, S.A.,
3D object reconstruction from non-parallel cross-sections,
ICPR04(III: 542-545).
IEEE DOI 0409
BibRef
And: A3, A2, A1:
Improvements of volume computation from non-parallel cross-sections,
ICPR04(IV: 815-818).
IEEE DOI 0409
BibRef

Takahashi, T., Mekada, Y., Murase, H., Yonekura, T.,
High quality isosurface generation from volumetric data and its application to visualization of medical CT data,
ICPR04(III: 734-737).
IEEE DOI 0409
BibRef

Gering, D.T., Wells, III, W.M.,
Object Modeling Using Tomography and Photography,
MVIEW99(xx-yy). BibRef 9900

Ali, W.S.I.[Walid S. Ibrahim], Cohen, F.S.[Fernand S.],
3D Geometric Invariant Alignment of Surfaces with Application in Brain Mapping,
CVPR99(I: 238-243).
IEEE Abstract.
IEEE DOI Align the slices. BibRef 9900

Capek, M.[Martin],
Registration and Composition of Stacks of Serial Optical Slices Captured by a Confocal Microscope,
CAIP99(118-125).
Springer DOI 9909
BibRef

Fitzgibbon, A.W.[Andrew W.], Cross, G.[Geoff], Zisserman, A.[Andrew],
Automatic 3D Model Construction for Turn-Table Sequences,
SMILE98(xx-yy). BibRef 9800

Chung, R.,
Using 2D Active Contour Models for 3D Reconstruction from Serial Sections,
ICPR96(I: 849-853).
IEEE DOI 9608
(Chinese Univ. of Hong, HK) BibRef

Chapter on Stereo: Three Dimensional Descriptions from Two or More Views, Binocular, Trinocular continues in
Shape Computations from Multiple Sensors .


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