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Multilayer microscopic image mosaicing based on 3D grid graph
Ligang Miao; Yongjuan Yue; Silong Peng; Liang Miao
2007
Conference Name8th International Conference on Signal Processing ICSP 2006
Conference Date2006/11/16-2006/11/20
Conference Place中国Guilin China
AbstractThis paper presents a novel framework based on three-dimensional (3D) grid graph for automatic mosaic construction of multilayer microscopic images. Firstly the multilayer structure is divided into several slices and two-dimensional (2D) scanning manner is adopted to sample each slice of the preparation under microscope. Secondly the overlapping images of same slice are aligned with direct methods and overlapping images of adjacent slices are aligned with featurebased methods. Thirdly we use 3D grid graph to represent the neighborhood relations of the microscopic images. Finally a global image alignment model based on 3D grid graph is proposed to eliminate error accumulation thus to get an accurate 3D representation of the multilayer structure.
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Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ia.ac.cn/handle/173211/12888
Collection智能制造技术与系统研究中心_多维数据分析
Corresponding AuthorLiang Miao
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Ligang Miao,Yongjuan Yue,Silong Peng,et al. Multilayer microscopic image mosaicing based on 3D grid graph[C],2007.
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