Publication detail

Overview of interpolation methods for 3D freehand ultrasound

PETRŽELA, R., JAN, J.

Original Title

Overview of interpolation methods for 3D freehand ultrasound

Czech Title

Přehled interpolačních metod pro 3D freehand ultrasound

English Title

Overview of interpolation methods for 3D freehand ultrasound

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

B-scans can be at any relative position and orientation. B-scan elements called pixels lie at irregular locations in the array of volume elements called voxels. This means the reconstruction problem can be classified as an unstructured or scattered data interpolation. There are number of different methods for 3-D ultrasound data reconstruction. Most of these methods are designed to minimize the time and memory. These methods take a few second and are preferred for visualization 3-D data sets immediately after acquisition. Details of the reconstruction are generally unpublished. Nevertheless, the methods that have been published can be classified into following categories: Voxel nearest neighbour interpolation, Pixels nearest neighbour interpolation and Distance-Weighted interpolation.

English abstract

B-scans can be at any relative position and orientation. B-scan elements called pixels lie at irregular locations in the array of volume elements called voxels. This means the reconstruction problem can be classified as an unstructured or scattered data interpolation. There are number of different methods for 3-D ultrasound data reconstruction. Most of these methods are designed to minimize the time and memory. These methods take a few second and are preferred for visualization 3-D data sets immediately after acquisition. Details of the reconstruction are generally unpublished. Nevertheless, the methods that have been published can be classified into following categories: Voxel nearest neighbour interpolation, Pixels nearest neighbour interpolation and Distance-Weighted interpolation.

Keywords

3D freehand ultrasound, interpolation, Gaussian kernel

RIV year

2003

Released

01.01.2003

Publisher

FEKT VUT Brno

Location

Brno

ISBN

80-214-2383-8

Book

Radioelektronika 2003

Edition number

1

Pages from

463

Pages to

466

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT10758,
  author="Radim {Petržela} and Jiří {Jan}",
  title="Overview of interpolation methods for 3D freehand ultrasound",
  annote="B-scans can be at any relative position and orientation. B-scan elements called pixels lie at irregular locations in the array of volume elements called voxels. This means the reconstruction problem can be classified as an unstructured or scattered data interpolation. There are number of different methods for 3-D ultrasound data reconstruction. Most of these methods are designed to minimize the time and memory. These methods take a few second and are preferred for visualization 3-D data sets immediately after acquisition. Details of the reconstruction are generally unpublished. Nevertheless, the methods that have been published can be classified into following categories: Voxel nearest neighbour interpolation, Pixels nearest neighbour interpolation and Distance-Weighted interpolation.",
  address="FEKT VUT Brno",
  booktitle="Radioelektronika 2003",
  chapter="10758",
  institution="FEKT VUT Brno",
  year="2003",
  month="january",
  pages="463",
  publisher="FEKT VUT Brno",
  type="conference paper"
}