16 April 1973 Quantization Errors In Calculation Of Volumes Areas And Coordinates In Medical Images
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In the computer processing of dynamic images (cinefilm, TV) data volume and rates are usually excessively high. This is because of the addition of two spatial demensions to the normal time-domain processing problem. It has therefore been necessary to reduce the spatial and intensity resolution of the converted images. This paper examines the errors resulting from these quantization trade-offs, as applied to several medical image processing problems.
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D. A. Winter, D. A. Winter, G. D. Reimer, G. D. Reimer, } "Quantization Errors In Calculation Of Volumes Areas And Coordinates In Medical Images", Proc. SPIE 0032, Developments in Electronic Imaging Techniques II, (16 April 1973); doi: 10.1117/12.953605; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.953605
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