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Human tissue geometrical modelling

KRŠEK, P., KRUPA, P.

Originální název

Human tissue geometrical modelling

Anglický název

Human tissue geometrical modelling

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The article is dealing with novel and relatively complex computer system for automatic creation of human tissues geometrical models. Applications of the created models can be found in orthopedy, aesthetic surgery, dental surgery, etc. On the input are discrete volume CT/MR data in DICOM 3.0 data format. The models creation process consist of several steps: tissue segmentation, volume data vectorization by Marching cubes method, triangular mesh smoothing and export into desired data representation, which depend on particular application. The geometrical models can be exported into CAD/CAM/FEM systems as polygonal, polysurfaces or tetrahedral meshes.

Anglický abstrakt

The article is dealing with novel and relatively complex computer system for automatic creation of human tissues geometrical models. Applications of the created models can be found in orthopedy, aesthetic surgery, dental surgery, etc. On the input are discrete volume CT/MR data in DICOM 3.0 data format. The models creation process consist of several steps: tissue segmentation, volume data vectorization by Marching cubes method, triangular mesh smoothing and export into desired data representation, which depend on particular application. The geometrical models can be exported into CAD/CAM/FEM systems as polygonal, polysurfaces or tetrahedral meshes.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT10914,
  author="Přemysl {Kršek} and Petr {Krupa}",
  title="Human tissue geometrical modelling",
  annote="The article is dealing with novel and relatively complex computer
system for automatic creation of human tissues geometrical models.
Applications of the created models can be found in orthopedy, aesthetic
surgery, dental surgery, etc. On the input are discrete volume CT/MR
data in DICOM 3.0 data format. The models creation process consist of
several steps: tissue segmentation, volume data vectorization by
Marching cubes method, triangular mesh smoothing and export into
desired data representation, which depend on particular application.
The geometrical models can be exported into CAD/CAM/FEM systems as
polygonal, polysurfaces or tetrahedral meshes.",
  address="The International Association of Science and Technology for Development",
  booktitle="Applied Simulation and Modeling",
  chapter="10914",
  institution="The International Association of Science and Technology for Development",
  year="2003",
  month="august",
  pages="357--362",
  publisher="The International Association of Science and Technology for Development",
  type="conference paper"
}