Publication detail

Deploying a Campus Grid: Experience With The Condor Distributed Batch System

Anagnostoudis, A., Jan, J.

Original Title

Deploying a Campus Grid: Experience With The Condor Distributed Batch System

Czech Title

Zavedení lokálního počítačového klastru: zkušenost se systémem CONDOR

English Title

Deploying a Campus Grid: Experience With The Condor Distributed Batch System

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

3D freehand ultrasound is an imaging technique, which is gradually finding clinical applications. A position sensor is attached to a conventional ultrasound probe, so that B-scans are acquired along with their relative locations. This allows the B-scans to be inserted into a 3D regular voxel array, which can then be visualized using arbitrary-plane slicing, and volume or surface rendering. A key requirement for correct reconstruction is the calibration: determining the position and orientation of the B-scans with respect to the position sensors receiver. Following calibration, interpolation in the set of irregularly spaced B-scans is required to reconstruct a regular-voxel array. This text describes a freehand measurement of 2D ultrasonic data, which is currently performed at the department of Biomedical Engineering of the Brno University of Technology, and an approach to the calibration problem. In the full text will be presented the final calibration results and several numerical issues concerned with the calibration.

Czech abstract

3D manuální ultrasonografie je zobrazovací technika, která postupně nalézá klinické uplatnění. A position sensor is attached to a conventional ultrasound probe, so that B-scans are acquired along with their relative locations. This allows the B-scans to be inserted into a 3D regular voxel array, which can then be visualized using arbitrary-plane slicing, and volume or surface rendering. A key requirement for correct reconstruction is the calibration: determining the position and orientation of the B-scans with respect to the position sensors receiver. Following calibration, interpolation in the set of irregularly spaced B-scans is required to reconstruct a regular-voxel array. This text describes a freehand measurement of 2D ultrasonic data, which is currently performed at the department of Biomedical Engineering of the Brno University of Technology, and an approach to the calibration problem. In the full text will be presented the final calibration results and several numerical issues concerned with the calibration.

English abstract

3D freehand ultrasound is an imaging technique, which is gradually finding clinical applications. A position sensor is attached to a conventional ultrasound probe, so that B-scans are acquired along with their relative locations. This allows the B-scans to be inserted into a 3D regular voxel array, which can then be visualized using arbitrary-plane slicing, and volume or surface rendering. A key requirement for correct reconstruction is the calibration: determining the position and orientation of the B-scans with respect to the position sensors receiver. Following calibration, interpolation in the set of irregularly spaced B-scans is required to reconstruct a regular-voxel array. This text describes a freehand measurement of 2D ultrasonic data, which is currently performed at the department of Biomedical Engineering of the Brno University of Technology, and an approach to the calibration problem. In the full text will be presented the final calibration results and several numerical issues concerned with the calibration.

Keywords

High-Throughput Computing (HTC), Condor

RIV year

2006

Released

20.11.2005

Pages from

1692

Pages to

1696

Pages count

5

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT19946,
  author="Asterios {Anagnostoudis} and Jiří {Jan}",
  title="Deploying a Campus Grid: Experience With The Condor Distributed Batch System",
  annote="3D freehand ultrasound is an imaging technique, which is gradually finding clinical applications. A position sensor is attached to a conventional ultrasound probe, so that B-scans are acquired along with their relative locations. This allows the B-scans to be inserted into a 3D regular voxel array, 
which can then be visualized using arbitrary-plane slicing, and volume or surface rendering. A key requirement for correct reconstruction is the calibration: determining the position and orientation of the B-scans with respect to the position sensors receiver. Following calibration, interpolation in the set of irregularly spaced B-scans is required to reconstruct a regular-voxel array. This text describes a freehand measurement of 2D ultrasonic data, which is currently performed at the department of Biomedical Engineering of the Brno University of Technology, and an approach to the calibration problem. In the full text will be presented the final calibration results and several numerical issues concerned with the calibration.",
  booktitle="CD 3rd European Medical & Biological Engineering Conference EMBEC'05",
  chapter="19946",
  year="2005",
  month="november",
  pages="1692",
  type="conference paper"
}