A Novel Model of CT Imaging Based on Statistical Estimation of Surgical Technique


A Novel Model of CT Imaging Based on Statistical Estimation of Surgical Technique – In this paper, the proposed technique for estimating the anatomical position in 3D spaces is considered. The anatomical coordinates are first predicted into a new space using an efficient algorithm where the first prediction is replaced by a new set of coordinates. The second prediction is used to estimate the anatomical position. The estimation is then used to perform a classification of the 2D space and to select the most suitable anatomical location for scanning. The proposed technique is used in the clinical practice in the field of CT image classification in particular. In the first version of the algorithm in our experiments we performed experiments on a 3D space using different scan images. The performance was improved by using our proposed method.

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