National Institute of Standards and Technology

Publication Classification:

Object of Interest = Synthetic (digital model)

Segmentation Evaluation = Pixel-level evaluation

  • "Delgado-Gonzalo R, Chenouard N, Unser M: Spline-based deforming ellipsoids for interactive 3D bioimage segmentation. IEEE Trans Image Process 2013, 22:3926–3940."
  • "Du C-J, Hawkins PT, Stephens LR, Bretschneider T: 3D time series analysis of cell shape using Laplacian approaches. BMC Bioinformatics 2013, 14:296."
  • "Herberich G, Windoffer R, Leube R, Aach T: 3D segmentation of keratin intermediate filaments in confocal laser scanning microscopy. In Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Boston, MA: IEEE EMBS; 2011:7751–4."
  • "McCullough DP, Gudla PR, Harris BS, Collins J a, Meaburn KJ, Nakaya M a, Yamaguchi TP, Misteli T, Lockett SJ: Segmentation of whole cells and cell nuclei from 3-D optical microscope images using dynamic programming. IEEE Trans Med Imaging 2008, 27:723–34."
  • "Russell RA, Adams NM, Stephens DA, Batty E, Jensen K, Freemont PS: Segmentation of fluorescence microscopy images for quantitative analysis of cell nuclear architecture. Biophys J 2009, 96:3379–89."
  • "Yang X, Padfield D: Wavelet-initialized 3D level-set cell segmentation with local background support. In Biomedical Imaging (ISBI), 2014 IEEE 11th International Symposium on; 2014:814–817."

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