Research in Shape Modeling: Los Angeles, July 2013 by Kathryn LeonardResearch in Shape Modeling: Los Angeles, July 2013 by Kathryn Leonard

Research in Shape Modeling: Los Angeles, July 2013

byKathryn LeonardEditorSibel Tari

Hardcover | June 10, 2015

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This is a new edited volume on shape analysis presenting results in shape modeling and computational geometry from the 2013 Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) symposium held at UCLA's Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM). In-depth discussion of shape modeling techniques is supplemented by full-color illustrations demonstrating the results of workshop-developed shape modeling algorithms. It will be the first volume in Springer's AWM series.
Kathryn Leonard Department of Mathematics California State University, Channel Islands One University Drive Camarillo, CA, USA 93012 Sibel Tari Department of Computer Engineering Middle East Technical University Universiteler Mah. Dumlupinar Blv. No: 1 06800 Ankara, Turkey.
Title:Research in Shape Modeling: Los Angeles, July 2013Format:HardcoverDimensions:153 pagesPublished:June 10, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3319163477

ISBN - 13:9783319163475


Table of Contents

Automatic prior shape selection for image segmentation: Guo, W.; Qin, J.; Tari, S..- A scalable fluctuating distance field: an application to tumor shape analysis: Alp Guler, R.; Hamamci, A.; Unal G..- Part-aware distance fields for easy inbetweening in arbitrary dimensions: Tari, S..- A biomechanical model of cortical folding: Kim, S.; Hurdal, M.K..- Quantification and visualization of variation in anatomical trees: Amenta, N.; Datar, M.; Dirksen, A.; de Bruijne, M.; Feragen, A.; Ge, X.; Holst Pedersen, J.; Howard, M.; Owen, M.; Petersen, J.; Shi, J.; Xu, Q..- Skeleton-based recognition of shapes in images via longest path matching: Bal, G.; Diebold, J.; Chambers, E.W.; Gasparovic, E.; Hu, R.; Leonard, K.; Shaker, M.; Wenk, C..- Revisiting skeletons from natural images: Erdem, E. & Tari, S..- Towards automated filtering or the medial axis using the scale axis transform: Abiva, J. & Larsson, L.J..- Identifying perceptually salient features on 2D shapes: Larsson, L.J.; Morin, G.; Begault, A.; Chaine, R.; Abiva, J.; Hubert, E.; Hurdal, M.; Li, M.; Paniagua, B.; Tran, G.; Cani, M.-P..