15 December 2003 Data submission of 3D image sets to a bio-molecular database using active shape models and a 3D reference model for projection
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This paper discusses the application of the Active Shape Model as a tool to compute the orientation of a specimen that has been subjected to CLSM imaging. The images have captured patterns of gene expression and these will have to be submitted to and stored in a database. Having all of these patterns available will enable spatio-temporal mining of image data and other linked data. The applications discussed in this paper focus on the zebrafish model system. The gene expression database employs a 3D digital atlas as a reference system in combination with an Active Shape Model. The Active Shape Model is applied with a few anatomical structures and will be scaled up to be usable with more structures in the future.
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Fons J Verbeek, Fons J Verbeek, Don D. Rodrigues, Don D. Rodrigues, Herman Spaink, Herman Spaink, Arno Siebes, Arno Siebes, } "Data submission of 3D image sets to a bio-molecular database using active shape models and a 3D reference model for projection", Proc. SPIE 5304, Internet Imaging V, (15 December 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.527049; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.527049
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