A dissimilarity visualisation system for CT : Pilot study

SELVAN, A. N., SAATCHI, R., AMAVASAI, B. P. and TRAVIS, J. R. (2005). A dissimilarity visualisation system for CT : Pilot study. In: International Conference on Computer as a Tool (EUROCON 2005), Belgrade, SERBIA MONTENEG, NOV 21-24, 2005. 1007-1010.

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    Abstract

    One of the capabilities of the human vision process when visualising images is the ability to visualise them at different levels of details. A segmentation procedure has been developed to mimic this capability of human vision process. The developed hierarchical clustering based segmentation (HCS) procedure automatically generates a hierarchy of segmented images. The hierarchy represents the continuous merging of similar, spatially adjacent or disjoint, regions as the allowable threshold value of dissimilarity between regions, for merging, is gradually increased. By the very nature of the HCS procedure a large amount of visual information is produced. A graphical user interface (GUI) was designed to present the segmentation output in an informative way for the user to view and interpret. In addition the GUI displays the original image data by optimally mapping the range of data values to the available 256 gray level values. The purpose of this paper is to describe the development of the designed image visualisation system and to demonstrate some of its functionalities.

    Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
    Additional Information: Times Cited: 0 International Conference on Computer as a Tool (EUROCON 2005) NOV 21-24, 2005 Belgrade, SERBIA MONTENEG
    Research Institute, Centre or Group - Does NOT include content added after October 2018: Materials and Engineering Research Institute > Centre for Automation and Robotics Research > Mobile Machine and Vision Laboratory
    Page Range: 1007-1010
    Depositing User: Danny Weston
    Date Deposited: 13 Apr 2010 14:32
    Last Modified: 29 Oct 2018 12:16
    URI: http://shura.shu.ac.uk/id/eprint/1670

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