Multi-view Segmentation of 3D Biomedical Objects


Multi-view Segmentation of 3D Biomedical Objects – This paper proposes a new method for detecting high-level 3D objects using optical coherence tomography (OC) and an imaging filter (Filters). In addition, we have recently conducted experiments with 3D CT scans with a novel technique for detection of high-level 3D objects using an optical flow and an optic flow technique. In this work we aim to establish the state of the art for the detection of 3D object classes in medical images.

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Multi-view Segmentation of 3D Biomedical Objects

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