|Author||: Xavier Pennec,Stefan Sommer,Tom Fletcher|
|Publisher||: Academic Press|
|Release Date||: 2019-09-02|
|ISBN 10||: 0128147261|
|Pages||: 636 pages|
Over the past 15 years, there has been a growing need in the medical image computing community for principled methods to process nonlinear geometric data. Riemannian geometry has emerged as one of the most powerful mathematical and computational frameworks for analyzing such data. Riemannian Geometric Statistics in Medical Image Analysis is a complete reference on statistics on Riemannian manifolds and more general nonlinear spaces with applications in medical image analysis. It provides an introduction to the core methodology followed by a presentation of state-of-the-art methods. Beyond medical image computing, the methods described in this book may also apply to other domains such as signal processing, computer vision, geometric deep learning, and other domains where statistics on geometric features appear. As such, the presented core methodology takes its place in the field of geometric statistics, the statistical analysis of data being elements of nonlinear geometric spaces. The foundational material and the advanced techniques presented in the later parts of the book can be useful in domains outside medical imaging and present important applications of geometric statistics methodology Content includes: The foundations of Riemannian geometric methods for statistics on manifolds with emphasis on concepts rather than on proofs Applications of statistics on manifolds and shape spaces in medical image computing Diffeomorphic deformations and their applications As the methods described apply to domains such as signal processing (radar signal processing and brain computer interaction), computer vision (object and face recognition), and other domains where statistics of geometric features appear, this book is suitable for researchers and graduate students in medical imaging, engineering and computer science. A complete reference covering both the foundations and state-of-the-art methods Edited and authored by leading researchers in the field Contains theory, examples, applications, and algorithms Gives an overview of current research challenges and future applications
|Author||: S. Kevin Zhou,Daniel Rueckert,Gabor Fichtinger|
|Publisher||: Academic Press|
|Release Date||: 2019-10-18|
|ISBN 10||: 0128165863|
|Pages||: 1072 pages|
Handbook of Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention presents important advanced methods and state-of-the art research in medical image computing and computer assisted intervention, providing a comprehensive reference on current technical approaches and solutions, while also offering proven algorithms for a variety of essential medical imaging applications. This book is written primarily for university researchers, graduate students and professional practitioners (assuming an elementary level of linear algebra, probability and statistics, and signal processing) working on medical image computing and computer assisted intervention. Presents the key research challenges in medical image computing and computer-assisted intervention Written by leading authorities of the Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) Society Contains state-of-the-art technical approaches to key challenges Demonstrates proven algorithms for a whole range of essential medical imaging applications Includes source codes for use in a plug-and-play manner Embraces future directions in the fields of medical image computing and computer-assisted intervention
|Author||: Tianzi Jiang,Nassir Navab,Josien P.W. Pluim,Max A. Viergever|
|Publisher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Release Date||: 2010-09|
|ISBN 10||: 3642157041|
|Pages||: 709 pages|
The three-volume set LNCS 6361, 6362 and 6363 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention, MICCAI 2010, held in Beijing, China, in September 2010. Based on rigorous peer reviews, the program committee carefully selected 251 revised papers from 786 submissions for presentation in three volumes. The first volume includes 84 papers organized in topical sections on computer-aided diagnosis, planning and guidance of interventions, image segmentation, image reconstruction and restoration, functional and diffusion-weighted MRI, modeling and simulation, instrument and patient localization and tracking, quantitative image analysis, image registration, computational and interventional cardiology, and diffusion tensor MR imaging and analysis.
The subject of pattern analysis and recognition pervades many aspects of our daily lives, including user authentication in banking, object retrieval from databases in the consumer sector, and the omnipresent surveillance and security measures around sensitive areas. Shape analysis, a fundamental building block in many approaches to these applications, is also used in statistics, biomedical applications (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), and many other related disciplines. With contributions from some of the leading experts and pioneers in the field, this self-contained, unified volume is the first comprehensive treatment of theory, methods, and algorithms available in a single resource. Developments are discussed from a rapidly increasing number of research papers in diverse fields, including the mathematical and physical sciences, engineering, and medicine.
This book presents a comprehensive treatise on Riemannian geometric computations and related statistical inferences in several computer vision problems. This edited volume includes chapter contributions from leading figures in the field of computer vision who are applying Riemannian geometric approaches in problems such as face recognition, activity recognition, object detection, biomedical image analysis, and structure-from-motion. Some of the mathematical entities that necessitate a geometric analysis include rotation matrices (e.g. in modeling camera motion), stick figures (e.g. for activity recognition), subspace comparisons (e.g. in face recognition), symmetric positive-definite matrices (e.g. in diffusion tensor imaging), and function-spaces (e.g. in studying shapes of closed contours).
|Author||: Hà Quang Minh,Vittorio Murino|
|Release Date||: 2016-10-05|
|ISBN 10||: 3319450263|
|Pages||: 208 pages|
This book presents a selection of the most recent algorithmic advances in Riemannian geometry in the context of machine learning, statistics, optimization, computer vision, and related fields. The unifying theme of the different chapters in the book is the exploitation of the geometry of data using the mathematical machinery of Riemannian geometry. As demonstrated by all the chapters in the book, when the data is intrinsically non-Euclidean, the utilization of this geometrical information can lead to better algorithms that can capture more accurately the structures inherent in the data, leading ultimately to better empirical performance. This book is not intended to be an encyclopedic compilation of the applications of Riemannian geometry. Instead, it focuses on several important research directions that are currently actively pursued by researchers in the field. These include statistical modeling and analysis on manifolds,optimization on manifolds, Riemannian manifolds and kernel methods, and dictionary learning and sparse coding on manifolds. Examples of applications include novel algorithms for Monte Carlo sampling and Gaussian Mixture Model fitting, 3D brain image analysis,image classification, action recognition, and motion tracking.
|Author||: Sebastien Ourselin,Leo Joskowicz,Mert R. Sabuncu,Gozde Unal,William Wells|
|Release Date||: 2016-10-17|
|ISBN 10||: 3319467204|
|Pages||: 681 pages|
The three-volume set LNCS 9900, 9901, and 9902 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention, MICCAI 2016, held in Athens, Greece, in October 2016. Based on rigorous peer reviews, the program committee carefully selected 228 revised regular papers from 756 submissions for presentation in three volumes. The papers have been organized in the following topical sections: Part I: brain analysis; brain analysis - connectivity; brain analysis - cortical morphology; Alzheimer disease; surgical guidance and tracking; computer aided interventions; ultrasound image analysis; cancer image analysis; Part II: machine learning and feature selection; deep learning in medical imaging; applications of machine learning; segmentation; cell image analysis; Part III: registration and deformation estimation; shape modeling; cardiac and vascular image analysis; image reconstruction; and MR image analysis.
Thisvolumecollectsthepaperspresentedatthe9thInternationalConferenceon Latent Variable Analysis and Signal Separation,LVA/ICA 2010. The conference was organized by INRIA, the French National Institute for Computer Science and Control,and was held in Saint-Malo, France, September 27–30,2010,at the Palais du Grand Large. Tenyearsafterthe?rstworkshoponIndependent Component Analysis(ICA) in Aussois, France, the series of ICA conferences has shown the liveliness of the community of theoreticians and practitioners working in this ?eld. While ICA and blind signal separation have become mainstream topics, new approaches have emerged to solve problems involving signal mixtures or various other types of latent variables: semi-blind models, matrix factorization using sparse com- nent analysis, non-negative matrix factorization, probabilistic latent semantic indexing, tensor decompositions, independent vector analysis, independent s- space analysis, and so on. To re?ect this evolution towards more general latent variable analysis problems in signal processing, the ICA International Steering Committee decided to rename the 9th instance of the conference LVA/ICA. From more than a hundred submitted papers, 25 were accepted as oral p- sentationsand53 asposter presentations. Thecontent ofthis volumefollowsthe conference schedule, resulting in 14 chapters. The papers collected in this v- ume demonstrate that the research activity in the ?eld continues to range from abstract concepts to the most concrete and applicable questions and consid- ations. Speech and audio, as well as biomedical applications, continue to carry the mass of the applications considered.
This book constitutes the proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Information Processing in Medical Imaging, IPMI 2017, held at the Appalachian State University, Boon, NC, USA, in June 2017. The 53 full papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 147 submissions. They were organized in topical sections named: analysis on manifolds; shape analysis; disease diagnosis/progression; brain networks an connectivity; diffusion imaging; quantitative imaging; imaging genomics; image registration; segmentation; general image analysis.
|Author||: Milan Sonka,Ioannis A. Kakadiaris,Jan Kybic|
|Publisher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Release Date||: 2004-09-20|
|ISBN 10||: 3540226753|
|Pages||: 444 pages|
Medical imaging and medical image analysisare rapidly developing. While m- ical imaging has already become a standard of modern medical care, medical image analysis is still mostly performed visually and qualitatively. The ev- increasing volume of acquired data makes it impossible to utilize them in full. Equally important, the visual approaches to medical image analysis are known to su?er from a lack of reproducibility. A signi?cant researche?ort is devoted to developing algorithms for processing the wealth of data available and extracting the relevant information in a computerized and quantitative fashion. Medical imaging and image analysis are interdisciplinary areas combining electrical, computer, and biomedical engineering; computer science; mathem- ics; physics; statistics; biology; medicine; and other ?elds. Medical imaging and computer vision, interestingly enough, have developed and continue developing somewhat independently. Nevertheless, bringing them together promises to b- e?t both of these ?elds. We were enthusiastic when the organizers of the 2004 European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) allowed us to organize a satellite workshop devoted to medical image analysis.
|Author||: William M. Wells,Alan Colchester,Scott Delp|
|Publisher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Release Date||: 1998-10-02|
|ISBN 10||: 9783540651369|
|Pages||: 1258 pages|
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention, MICCAI'98, held in Cambridge, MA, USA, in October 1998. The 134 revised papers presented were carefully selected from a total of 243 submissions. The book is divided into topical sections on surgical planning, surgical navigation and measurements, cardiac image analysis, medical robotic systems, surgical systems and simulators, segmentation, computational neuroanatomy, biomechanics, detection in medical images, data acquisition and processing, neurosurgery and neuroscience, shape analysis, feature extraction, registration, and ultrasound.
Offering some of the topics of contemporary mathematical research, this fourth edition includes a systematic introduction to Kahler geometry and the presentation of additional techniques from geometric analysis.
With a focus on the interplay between mathematics and applications of imaging, the first part covers topics from optimization, inverse problems and shape spaces to computer vision and computational anatomy. The second part is geared towards geometric control and related topics, including Riemannian geometry, celestial mechanics and quantum control. Contents: Part I Second-order decomposition model for image processing: numerical experimentation Optimizing spatial and tonal data for PDE-based inpainting Image registration using phase・amplitude separation Rotation invariance in exemplar-based image inpainting Convective regularization for optical flow A variational method for quantitative photoacoustic tomography with piecewise constant coefficients On optical flow models for variational motion estimation Bilevel approaches for learning of variational imaging models Part II Non-degenerate forms of the generalized Euler・Lagrange condition for state-constrained optimal control problems The Purcell three-link swimmer: some geometric and numerical aspects related to periodic optimal controls Controllability of Keplerian motion with low-thrust control systems Higher variational equation techniques for the integrability of homogeneous potentials Introduction to KAM theory with a view to celestial mechanics Invariants of contact sub-pseudo-Riemannian structures and Einstein・Weyl geometry Time-optimal control for a perturbed Brockett integrator Twist maps and Arnold diffusion for diffeomorphisms A Hamiltonian approach to sufficiency in optimal control with minimal regularity conditions: Part I Index
Matrix-valued data sets – so-called second order tensor fields – have gained significant importance in scientific visualization and image processing due to recent developments such as diffusion tensor imaging. This book is the first edited volume that presents the state of the art in the visualization and processing of tensor fields. It contains some longer chapters dedicated to surveys and tutorials of specific topics, as well as a great deal of original work by leading experts that has not been published before. It serves as an overview for the inquiring scientist, as a basic foundation for developers and practitioners, and as as a textbook for specialized classes and seminars for graduate and doctoral students.
This comprehensive guide provides a uniquely practical, application-focused introduction to medical image analysis. This fully updated new edition has been enhanced with material on the latest developments in the field, whilst retaining the original focus on segmentation, classification and registration. Topics and features: presents learning objectives, exercises and concluding remarks in each chapter; describes a range of common imaging techniques, reconstruction techniques and image artifacts, and discusses the archival and transfer of images; reviews an expanded selection of techniques for image enhancement, feature detection, feature generation, segmentation, registration, and validation; examines analysis methods in view of image-based guidance in the operating room (NEW); discusses the use of deep convolutional networks for segmentation and labeling tasks (NEW); includes appendices on Markov random field optimization, variational calculus and principal component analysis.
Image registration is the process of systematically placing separate images in a common frame of reference so that the information they contain can be optimally integrated or compared. This is becoming the central tool for image analysis, understanding, and visualization in both medical and scientific applications. Medical Image Registration provid
|Release Date||: 1999|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
|Author||: Xue-Cheng Tai,Knut Morken,Marius Lysaker,Knut-Andreas Lie|
|Publisher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Release Date||: 2009-05-25|
|ISBN 10||: 3642022553|
|Pages||: 870 pages|
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Conference on Scale Space Methods and Variational Methods in Computer Vision, SSVM 2009, emanated from the joint edition of the 5th International Workshop on Variational, Geometric and Level Set Methods in Computer Vision, VLSM 2009 and the 7th International Conference on Scale Space and PDE Methods in Computer Vision, Scale-Space 2009, held in Voss, Norway in June 2009. The 71 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected numerous submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on segmentation and detection; image enhancement and reconstruction; motion analysis, optical flow, registration and tracking; surfaces and shapes; scale space and feature extraction.
A thoroughly revised and updated edition of this introduction to modern statistical methods for shape analysis Shape analysis is an important tool in the many disciplines where objects are compared using geometrical features. Examples include comparing brain shape in schizophrenia; investigating protein molecules in bioinformatics; and describing growth of organisms in biology. This book is a significant update of the highly-regarded `Statistical Shape Analysis’ by the same authors. The new edition lays the foundations of landmark shape analysis, including geometrical concepts and statistical techniques, and extends to include analysis of curves, surfaces, images and other types of object data. Key definitions and concepts are discussed throughout, and the relative merits of different approaches are presented. The authors have included substantial new material on recent statistical developments and offer numerous examples throughout the text. Concepts are introduced in an accessible manner, while retaining sufficient detail for more specialist statisticians to appreciate the challenges and opportunities of this new field. Computer code has been included for instructional use, along with exercises to enable readers to implement the applications themselves in R and to follow the key ideas by hands-on analysis. Statistical Shape Analysis: with Applications in R will offer a valuable introduction to this fast-moving research area for statisticians and other applied scientists working in diverse areas, including archaeology, bioinformatics, biology, chemistry, computer science, medicine, morphometics and image analysis .