A knowledge-based system that utilizes the full 3-D information from a sequence of parallel planes in order to recognize anatomical organs in nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) images is presented. After 3-D preliminary processing (surface-preserving smoothing), a set of elementary volumes are extracted from the multislice sequence by a 3-D segmentation process. The recognition task is performed by a rule-based system and consists in the interpretation of each elementary volume as an organ or part of an organ.

EXPERT SYSTEM FOR THE RECOGNITION OF ANATOMICAL ORGANS FROM 3D DATA-BASE

DELLEPIANE, SILVANA;SERPICO, SEBASTIANO;VERNAZZA, GIANNI;REGAZZONI, CARLO
1987-01-01

Abstract

A knowledge-based system that utilizes the full 3-D information from a sequence of parallel planes in order to recognize anatomical organs in nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) images is presented. After 3-D preliminary processing (surface-preserving smoothing), a set of elementary volumes are extracted from the multislice sequence by a 3-D segmentation process. The recognition task is performed by a rule-based system and consists in the interpretation of each elementary volume as an organ or part of an organ.
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