An implementation of the minimization of region-scalable fitting energy levelsets
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Intensity inhomogeneities often occur in medical images, especially when using magnetic resonance imaging. In these images, the standard Chan-and-Vese levelset segmentation method may not work properly, as it assumes constant intensity distributions for foreground and background. Recently, a novel method was published that models the intensities as piece-wise smooth, and thus is more suitable to segment images with intensity homogeneities. However, this method was not yet implemented in ITK. This submission introduces our implementation of the region-scalable-fitting levelset segmentation method within the ITKv4 levelset framework.
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Categories: Level sets, Segmentation
Keywords: levelsets, piecewise smooth, intensity inhomogeneity
Tracking Number: China Scholarship Council
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