Implementation of graph-based interactive 3D vessel segmentation filter
This paper describes an ITK implementation of a 3D vascular segmentation filter using a graph-based energy minimization algorithm. The method first computes the shortest path between two user provided points in the vessel and then performs a graph min-cut [...]

Graph Cuts, <i>Caveat Utilitor</i>, and Euler's Bridges of Konigsberg
Graph-based algorithms have enjoyed renewed interest for solving computer vision problems. These algorithms have been the subject of intense interest and research. In order to maintain the ITK library au courant, we developed a framework for graph-based [...]

Interactive Image Graph Cut Segmentation
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This document presents a system to "scribble" on an image to mark foreground and background pixels and then feed these pixels to a graph cuts segmentation technique. The interaction is done using the Visualization Toolkit and the processing is done using the [...]

Interactive Liver Tumor Segmentation Using Graph-cuts and Watershed
We present in this paper an application of minimal surfaces and Markov random fields to the segmentation of liver tumors. The originality of the work consists in applying these models to the region adjacency graph of a watershed transform. We detail [...]

Automatized Evaluation of the Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction from Echocardiographic Images Using Graph Cut
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In this paper, we present a fast and interactive graph cut method for 3D segmentation of the endocardial wall of the left ventricle (LV) given 3D echocardiographic images. This is a challenging task due to the poor contrast and the low signal-to-noise ratio [...]

Nearly automatic vessels segmentation using graph-based energy minimization
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We present a nearly automatic tool for the accurate segmentation of vascular structures in volumetric CTA images. Its inputs are a start and an end seed points inside the vessel. The two-step graph-based energy minimization method starts by computing the [...]

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