myocardial segmentation, Cine CT scans
A recently-developed probabilistic model for automatically segmenting regions of interest in abdominal CT scans has been adapted to the challenging task of segmenting myocardial tissue in Cine CT scans. A system has been implemented on relatively low-cost hardware which performs such segmentations. Special techniques have been developed to improve consistency and accuracy. Early results of testing this new modality are encouraging and promising. Based on observations from experimentation, new directions for future work have been identified.
Original Publication Citation
Jerome A. Broekhuijsen, Shawn C. Becker, and William A. Barrett: "Probabilistic Segmentation of Myocardial Tissue by Deterministic Relaxation." IEEE Proceedings of Computers in Cardiology, pp. 99-12, Jerusalem, September, 1989.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Barrett, William A.; Becker, Shawn C.; and Broekhuijsen, Jerome A., "Probabilistic Segmentation of Myocardial Tissue by Deterministic Relaxation" (1989). All Faculty Publications. 738.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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