Detail publikace

Complex-Valued Multiresolution Volume Rendering in 3D Imaging

Originální název

Complex-Valued Multiresolution Volume Rendering in 3D Imaging

Anglický název

Complex-Valued Multiresolution Volume Rendering in 3D Imaging

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

A number of techniques have been proposed for rendering volumetric data sets. A modern approach lies in the use of a hierarchical description of images that are decomposed into a sequence of multiscale representations. Discrete-time wavelet transform (DWT) is often used for the decomposition. This approach is similar to that used in computer graphics where scenes are utilized in structures called octrees. A ray-casting based method using complex-valued DWT has been proposed to serve as a rendering technique for visualization of medical images from various modalities such as CT and MR.

Anglický abstrakt

A number of techniques have been proposed for rendering volumetric data sets. A modern approach lies in the use of a hierarchical description of images that are decomposed into a sequence of multiscale representations. Discrete-time wavelet transform (DWT) is often used for the decomposition. This approach is similar to that used in computer graphics where scenes are utilized in structures called octrees. A ray-casting based method using complex-valued DWT has been proposed to serve as a rendering technique for visualization of medical images from various modalities such as CT and MR.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT2906,
  author="Ivo {Provazník} and Daniel {Schwarz} and Petr {Fedra}",
  title="Complex-Valued Multiresolution Volume Rendering in 3D Imaging",
  annote="A number of techniques have been proposed for rendering volumetric data sets. A modern approach lies in the use of a hierarchical description of images that are decomposed into a sequence of multiscale representations. Discrete-time wavelet transform (DWT) is often used for the decomposition. This approach is similar to that used in computer graphics where scenes are utilized in structures called octrees. A ray-casting based method using complex-valued DWT has been proposed to serve as a rendering technique for visualization of medical images from various modalities such as CT and MR.",
  address="IEEE",
  booktitle="Computers in Cardiology",
  chapter="2906",
  institution="IEEE",
  year="2001",
  month="january",
  pages="1",
  publisher="IEEE",
  type="conference paper"
}