Publication detail

Present Directions in Ultrasonographic Data Analysis

JAN, J.

Original Title

Present Directions in Ultrasonographic Data Analysis

Czech Title

Soucasné smery v analýze ultrasonografickych dat

English Title

Present Directions in Ultrasonographic Data Analysis

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The project concerns advanced processing and analysis of ultrasonographic image data aimed at optimum exploitation of information contained in the raw ultrasonografic (radio-frequency or non-converted video) signals, which can be acquired from some commercial systems. This way, a higher diagnostic value of the visualised results can be achieved in comparison with processing as standard in commercial systems. The project is concentrated particularly on highly topical 3D imaging based on advanced processing of 2D-data provided by "free-hand" scanning, which doesn't complicate routine cardiological procedures (important for clinical acceptance). From the technical aspect, besides further development of the so far obtained results in signal restoration, optimised segmentation and flexible disparity-based frame regis-tration, namely a set of algorithms for 3D data compilation, processing, analysis and interactively controlled visualisation is to be designed, implemented and technically as well as medically tested.

Czech abstract

Projekt se týká pokrocilých metod zpracování a analýzy ultrasonografických obrazových dat a smeruje k optimalnimu vyuzití informace, obsazené v nezpracovaných ultrasonografických radiofrekvencních nebo nekonvertovaných video signálech.

English abstract

The project concerns advanced processing and analysis of ultrasonographic image data aimed at optimum exploitation of information contained in the raw ultrasonografic (radio-frequency or non-converted video) signals, which can be acquired from some commercial systems. This way, a higher diagnostic value of the visualised results can be achieved in comparison with processing as standard in commercial systems. The project is concentrated particularly on highly topical 3D imaging based on advanced processing of 2D-data provided by "free-hand" scanning, which doesn't complicate routine cardiological procedures (important for clinical acceptance). From the technical aspect, besides further development of the so far obtained results in signal restoration, optimised segmentation and flexible disparity-based frame regis-tration, namely a set of algorithms for 3D data compilation, processing, analysis and interactively controlled visualisation is to be designed, implemented and technically as well as medically tested.

Keywords

ultrasonographic image data, radio-frequency signals, non-converted video, 3D imaging, "free-hand" scanning, cardiological applications, signal restoration, image segmentation, image registration

RIV year

2003

Released

11.09.2003

Publisher

St. Petersburg Electrotech. University

Location

St. Petersburg, Russia

ISBN

80-214-0893-6

Book

Proceedings of VII Intern. Conference SYMBIOSIS 2003

Edition number

1

Pages from

32

Pages to

36

Pages count

5

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT9130,
  author="Jiří {Jan}",
  title="Present Directions in Ultrasonographic Data Analysis",
  annote="The project concerns advanced processing and analysis of ultrasonographic image data aimed at optimum exploitation of information contained in the raw ultrasonografic (radio-frequency or non-converted video) signals, which can be acquired from some commercial systems. This way, a higher diagnostic value of the visualised results can be achieved in comparison with processing as standard in commercial systems. The project is concentrated particularly on highly topical 3D imaging based on advanced processing of 2D-data provided by "free-hand" scanning, which doesn't complicate routine cardiological procedures (important for clinical acceptance). From the technical aspect, besides further development of the so far obtained results in signal restoration, optimised segmentation and flexible disparity-based frame regis-tration, namely a set of algorithms for 3D data compilation, processing, analysis and interactively controlled visualisation is to be designed, implemented and technically as well as medically tested.",
  address="St. Petersburg Electrotech. University",
  booktitle="Proceedings of VII Intern. Conference SYMBIOSIS 2003",
  chapter="9130",
  institution="St. Petersburg Electrotech. University",
  year="2003",
  month="september",
  pages="32",
  publisher="St. Petersburg Electrotech. University",
  type="conference paper"
}