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Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention -- MICCAI 2005 Part II als Buch


Titel: Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention -- MICCAI 2005 Part II

ISBN: 3540293264
EAN: 9783540293262
8th International Conference, Palm Springs, CA, USA, October 26-29, 2005, Proceedings, Part II.
'Lecture Notes in Computer Science'.
2005. Auflage.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von James Duncan, Guido Gerig
Springer-Verlag GmbH

11. Oktober 2005 - kartoniert - XL


The 8th International Conference on Medical Imaging and Computer Assisted Intervention, MICCAI 2005, was held in Palm Springs, California, USA, at the Riviera Resort, October 26 29, 2005. MICCAIhasbecomeapremierinternationalconferencewithin-depthpapers on the multidisciplinary ?elds of medical image computing, computer-assisted interventionandmedicalrobotics. Theconferencebringstogetherclinicians,b- logicalscientists, computer scientists, engineers,physicists and other researchers and o?ers them a forum to exchange ideas in these exciting and rapidly growing ?elds. The impact of MICCAI increases each year and the quality and quantity of submitted papers this year was very impressive. We received a record 632 full submissions (8 pages in length), an increase of 22% from 2004, from 36 di?erent countries and 5 continents (see ?g. 2). Based on a decision of the MICCAI board, this year s conference employed a double-blind review procedure on a trial basis. Our Program Committee was made up of 11 area chairs, each of whom supervised the review of almost 60 papers. Four reviews were generated for each paper from 262 reviewers and the area chairs. A ?nal paper selection meeting took place during two days in early June 2005 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. We are especially grateful to Elizabeth Bullitt, Polina Golland, David Haynor, Rasmus Larsen, Greg Hager and Daniel Ruc kert, who attended this meetingandhelpedusmakethe?nalselections. MartinStynerprovidedvaluable help with information management and the Web-site, and James Stewart is acknowledgedforreliableandtimelysupportoftheWeb-basedreviewingsystem. Wearegratefultoeveryonewhoparticipatedinthe reviewprocess;theydonated a large amount of time and e?ort to make these volumes possible and insure a highlevelofquality.


Robotics, Image-Guided Surgery and Interventions.- Sensor Guided Ablation Procedure of Left Atrial Endocardium.- A Method to Evaluate Human Spatial Coordination Interfaces for Computer-Assisted Surgery.- 3D TRUS Guided Robot Assisted Prostate Brachytherapy.- Invisible Shadow for Navigation and Planning in Minimal Invasive Surgery.- A Navigation System for Minimally Invasive CT-Guided Interventions.- Passive Markers for Ultrasound Tracking of Surgical Instruments.- Optimal Trajectories Computation Within Regions of Interest for Hepatic RFA Planning.- Effects of Latency on Telesurgery: An Experimental Study.- A Novel Phantom-Less Spatial and Temporal Ultrasound Calibration Method.- Electromagnetic Tracker Measurement Error Simulation and Tool Design.- Compact Forceps Manipulator Using Friction Wheel Mechanism and Gimbals Mechanism for Laparoscopic Surgery.- Spatial Motion Constraints for Robot Assisted Suturing Using Virtual Fixtures.- Contact Force Measurement of Instruments for Force-Feedback on a Surgical Robot: Acceleration Force Cancellations Based on Acceleration Sensor Readings.- Development of the Needle Insertion Robot for Percutaneous Vertebroplasty.- Laparoscope Self-calibration for Robotic Assisted Minimally Invasive Surgery.- A Hand-Eye Robotic Model for Total Knee Replacement Surgery.- Robot-Assisted Image-Guided Targeting for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery: Planning, Registration, and In-vitro Experiment.- Soft-Tissue Motion Tracking and Structure Estimation for Robotic Assisted MIS Procedures.- Image Registration
II.- Mass Preserving Registration for Heart MR Images.- Liver Registration for the Follow-Up of Hepatic Tumors.- Maximum a Posteriori Local Histogram Estimation for Image Registration.- Dynamic 3D Ultrasound and MR Image Registration of the Beating Heart.- Learning Best Features for Deformable Registration of MR Brains.- Stochastic Inverse Consistency in Medical Image Registration.- A Novel Incremental Technique for Ultrasound to CT Bone Surface Registration Using Unscented Kalman Filtering.- Automatic 4-D Registration in Dynamic MR Renography Based on Over-Complete Dyadic Wavelet and Fourier Transforms.- Model of a Vascular C-Arm for 3D Augmented Fluoroscopy in Interventional Radiology.- 2D/3D Deformable Registration Using a Hybrid Atlas.- Reconstruction-Based 3D/2D Image Registration.- Comparison of Simultaneous and Sequential Two-View Registration for 3D/2D Registration of Vascular Images.- Interpolation Artefacts in Non-rigid Registration.- Learning Based Non-rigid Multi-modal Image Registration Using Kullback-Leibler Divergence.- Deformable Registration of Brain Tumor Images Via a Statistical Model of Tumor-Induced Deformation.- Myocardial Motion Estimation in Tagged MR Sequences by Using ?MI-Based Non Rigid Registration.- Iterative 3D Point-Set Registration Based on Hierarchical Vertex Signature (HVS).- Automatic Patient Registration for Port Placement in Minimally Invasixe Endoscopic Surgery.- Hybrid Formulation of the Model-Based Non-rigid Registration Problem to Improve Accuracy and Robustness.- Automatic Registration and Fusion of Ultrasound with CT for Radiotherapy.- Medical Image Computing - Atlases - Shape
I.- Lung Deformation Estimation and Four-Dimensional CT Lung Reconstruction.- Automatic Parameter Optimization for De-noising MR Data.- Towards a Dynamic Model of Pulmonary Parenchymal Deformation: Evaluation of Methods for Temporal Reparameterization of Lung Data.- 4D MR Imaging Using Internal Respiratory Gating.- Anatomically Constrained Surface Parameterization for Cortical Localization.- Multiresolution Parametric Estimation of Transparent Motions and Denoising of Fluoroscopic Images.- Plaque and Stent Artifact Reduction in Subtraction CT Angiography Using Nonrigid Registration and a Volume Penalty.- Respiratory Motion Correction in Emission Tomography Image Reconstruction.- Optimal Embedding for Shape Indexing in Medical Image Databases.- Retrospective Cross-Evaluation of an Histological and Deformable 3D Atlas of the Basal Ganglia on Series of Parkinsonian Patients Treated by Deep Brain Stimulation.- Anatomical and Electrophysiological Validation of an Atlas for Neurosurgical Planning.- Construction of a 4D Statistical Atlas of the Cardiac Anatomy and Its Use in Classification.- Unbiased Atlas Formation Via Large Deformations Metric Mapping.- Least Biased Target Selection in Probabilistic Atlas Construction.- Automatic Selection of DBS Target Points Using Multiple Electrophysiological Atlases.- Nonrigid Shape Correspondence Using Landmark Sliding, Insertion and Deletion.- Statistical Face Models for the Prediction of Soft-Tissue Deformations After Orthognathic Osteotomies.- Fully Automatic Shape Modelling Using Growing Cell Neural Networks.- Multiscale 3D Shape Analysis Using Spherical Wavelets.- Structural and Functional Brain Analysis.- Discriminative Analysis of Brain Function at Resting-State for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.- Finding Landmarks in the Functional Brain: Detection and Use for Group Characterization.- Topology Correction Using Fast Marching Methods and Its Application to Brain Segmentation.- New Ratios for the Detection and Classification of CJD in Multisequence MRI of the Brain.- Model-Based Image Analysis.- Statistical Representation and Simulation of High-Dimensional Deformations: Application to Synthesizing Brain Deformations.- Model-Based Parameter Recovery from Uncalibrated Optical Images.- MRI Tissue Classification with Neighborhood Statistics: A Nonparametric, Entropy-Minimizing Approach.- Image-Guided Intervention: Simulation, Modeling and Display.- Robotic Assisted Radio-Frequency Ablation of Liver Tumors - Randomized Patient Study.- New Approaches to Catheter Navigation for Interventional Radiology Simulation.- Hybrid Bronchoscope Tracking Using a Magnetic Tracking Sensor and Image Registration.- Toward Robotized Beating Heart TECABG: Assessment of the Heart Dynamics Using High-Speed Vision.- Data-Fusion Display System with Volume Rendering of Intraoperatively Scanned CT Images.- Simulation and Modeling
II.- A Hybrid Cutting Approach for Hysteroscopy Simulation.- Hydrometra Simulation for VR-Based Hysteroscopy Training.- Brain Shift Computation Using a Fully Nonlinear Biomechanical Model.- Finite Element Model of Cornea Deformation.- Characterization of Viscoelastic Soft Tissue Properties from In Vivo Animal Experiments and Inverse FE Parameter Estimation.- A Fast-Marching Approach to Cardiac Electrophysiology Simulation for XMR Interventional Imaging.- An Inverse Problem Approach to the Estimation of Volume Change.- A Velocity-Dependent Model for Needle Insertion in Soft Tissue.- Material Properties Estimation of Layered Soft Tissue Based on MR Observation and Iterative FE Simulation.- Simulating Vascular Systems in Arbitrary Anatomies.- Medical Image Computing - Shape
II.- Physiological System Identification with the Kalman Filter in Diffuse Optical Tomography.- Brain Surface Parameterization Using Riemann Surface Structure.- Automated Surface Matching Using Mutual Information Applied to Riemann Surface Structures.- Optimization of Brain Conformal Mapping with Landmarks.- A New Method for SPECT Quantification of Targeted Radiotracers Uptake in the Myocardium.- Tracking and Analysis of Cine-Delayed Enhancement MR.- Characterizing Vascular Connectivity from microCT Images.- Shape Modeling Using Automatic Landmarking.- A Computer-Aided Design System for Revision of Segmentation Errors.- Statistical Modeling of Shape and Appearance Using the Continuous Medial Representation.- Vertebral Shape: Automatic Measurement with Dynamically Sequenced Active Appearance Models.- Geodesic Active Contours with Adaptive Neighboring Influence.- A Construction of an Averaged Representation of Human Cortical Gyri Using Non-linear Principal Component Analysis.- Efficient Kernel Density Estimation of Shape and Intensity Priors for Level Set Segmentation.- Corpus Callosum Subdivision Based on a Probabilistic Model of Inter-hemispheric Connectivity.- Image Segmentation and Analysis
II.- Random Walks for Interactive Organ Segmentation in Two and Three Dimensions: Implementation and Validation.- Robust Pulmonary Nodule Segmentation in CT: Improving Performance for Juxtapleural Cases.- Tissue Classification of Noisy MR Brain Images Using Constrained GMM.- Automatic Left Atrium Segmentation by Cutting the Blood Pool at Narrowings.- Automatic Vascular Tree Formation Using the Mahalanobis Distance.- The Use of Unwrapped Phase in MR Image Segmentation : A Preliminary Study.- 2D and 3D Shape Based Segmentation Using Deformable Models.- CT Hepatic Venography: 3D Vascular Segmentation for Preoperative Evaluation.- Shape-Based Averaging for Combination of Multiple Segmentations.- Automatic Initialization Algorithm for Carotid Artery Segmentation in CTA Images.- Automated Nomenclature of Bronchial Branches Extracted from CT Images and Its Application to Biopsy Path Planning in Virtual Bronchoscopy.- Spectral Clustering Algorithms for Ultrasound Image Segmentation.- Using the Fast Marching Method to Extract Curves with Given Global Properties.- Robust Tissue Boundary Detection for Cerebral Cortical Thickness Estimation.- Statistical Analysis of Pharmacokinetic Models in Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging.- Image Registration
III.- Inter-breath-hold Registration for the Production of High Resolution Cardiac MR Volumes.- Consistent Estimation of Cardiac Motions by 4D Image Registration.- Multispectral MR to X-Ray Registration of Vertebral Bodies by Generating CT-Like Data.- Articulated Rigid Registration for Serial Lower-Limb Mouse Imaging.- Incorporating Statistical Measures of Anatomical Variability in Atlas-to-Subject Registration for Conformal Brain Radiotherapy.- Accurate Image Registration for Quadrature Tomographic Microscopy.- Riemannian Elasticity: A Statistical Regularization Framework for Non-linear Registration.- 3D Model-Based Approach to Lung Registration and Prediction of Respiratory Cardiac Motion.- Fast DRR Generation for 2D/3D Registration.- Validation of PET Imaging by Alignment to Histology Slices.- Adaptive Subdivision for Hierarchical Non-rigid Registration of Multi-modal Images Using Mutual Information.- 3-D Diffeomorphic Shape Registration on Hippocampal Data Sets.- Two-Stage Registration for Real-Time Deformable Compensation Using an Electromagnetic Tracking Device.- Cadaver Validation of Intensity-Based Ultrasound to CT Registration.- Erratum.- Automatic Patient Registration for Port Placement in Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Surgery.

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