Variation Based Dense 3D Reconstruction: Application on Monocular Mini-Laparoscopic Sequences by Sven PainerVariation Based Dense 3D Reconstruction: Application on Monocular Mini-Laparoscopic Sequences by Sven Painer

Variation Based Dense 3D Reconstruction: Application on Monocular Mini-Laparoscopic Sequences

bySven Painer

Paperback | March 14, 2016

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In his master thesis, Sven Painer develops, implements, and evaluates a method to reconstruct the liver surface from monocular mini-laparoscopic sequences. The principal focus of his research is to create a basis for helping clinicians to write reports with quantitative descriptions of the liver surface. A Structure from Motion approach is performed to do a sparse reconstruction of the liver surface and subsequently this information is used in a variation based dense 3D reconstruction. The algorithms are formulated in a causal way, enabling the implementation to be run in real-time on an adequate hardware platform. The results show a significant performance increase and pave the way to give clinicians a feedback during video capturing to improve the quality of the reconstruction in the near future.

Sven Painer is working as a PhD student at the Vision Systems Institute at Hamburg University of Technology. He continues the work on 3D reconstruction that he started during his master thesis.
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Title:Variation Based Dense 3D Reconstruction: Application on Monocular Mini-Laparoscopic SequencesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:78 pages, 21 × 14.8 × 0.01 inPublished:March 14, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3658126973

ISBN - 13:9783658126971

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Table of Contents

Photometric Invariants.- Legendre-Fenchel Transformation.- Structure from Motion.- Variational Approach.