Extraction of airway trees using multiple hypothesis tracking and template matching

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Extraction of airway trees using multiple hypothesis tracking and template matching. / Raghavendra, Selvan; Petersen, Jens; Pedersen, Jesper Johannes Holst; de Bruijne, Marleen.

The Sixth International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis: Athens, Greece - October 21, 2016. ed. / Reinhard R. Beichel; Keyvan Farahani; Colin Jacobs; Sven Kabus; Atilla P. Kiraly; Jan-Martin Kuhnigk; Jamie R. McClelland; Kensaku Mori; Jens Petersen; Simon Rit. Create Space Independent Publishing Platform, 2016. p. 43-54.

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Harvard

Raghavendra, S, Petersen, J, Pedersen, JJH & de Bruijne, M 2016, Extraction of airway trees using multiple hypothesis tracking and template matching. in RR Beichel, K Farahani, C Jacobs, S Kabus, AP Kiraly, J-M Kuhnigk, JR McClelland, K Mori, J Petersen & S Rit (eds), The Sixth International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis: Athens, Greece - October 21, 2016. Create Space Independent Publishing Platform, pp. 43-54, 6th International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis, Athen, Greece, 21/10/2016.

APA

Raghavendra, S., Petersen, J., Pedersen, J. J. H., & de Bruijne, M. (2016). Extraction of airway trees using multiple hypothesis tracking and template matching. In R. R. Beichel, K. Farahani, C. Jacobs, S. Kabus, A. P. Kiraly, J-M. Kuhnigk, J. R. McClelland, K. Mori, J. Petersen, ... S. Rit (Eds.), The Sixth International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis: Athens, Greece - October 21, 2016 (pp. 43-54). Create Space Independent Publishing Platform.

Vancouver

Raghavendra S, Petersen J, Pedersen JJH, de Bruijne M. Extraction of airway trees using multiple hypothesis tracking and template matching. In Beichel RR, Farahani K, Jacobs C, Kabus S, Kiraly AP, Kuhnigk J-M, McClelland JR, Mori K, Petersen J, Rit S, editors, The Sixth International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis: Athens, Greece - October 21, 2016. Create Space Independent Publishing Platform. 2016. p. 43-54

Author

Raghavendra, Selvan ; Petersen, Jens ; Pedersen, Jesper Johannes Holst ; de Bruijne, Marleen. / Extraction of airway trees using multiple hypothesis tracking and template matching. The Sixth International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis: Athens, Greece - October 21, 2016. editor / Reinhard R. Beichel ; Keyvan Farahani ; Colin Jacobs ; Sven Kabus ; Atilla P. Kiraly ; Jan-Martin Kuhnigk ; Jamie R. McClelland ; Kensaku Mori ; Jens Petersen ; Simon Rit. Create Space Independent Publishing Platform, 2016. pp. 43-54

Bibtex

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title = "Extraction of airway trees using multiple hypothesis tracking and template matching",
abstract = "Knowledge of airway tree morphology has important clinical applications in diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. We present an automatic tree extraction method based on multiple hypothesis tracking and template matching for this purpose and evaluate its performance on chest CT images. The method is adapted from a semi-automatic method devised for vessel segmentation. Idealized tubular templates are constructed that match airway probability obtained from a trained classifier and ranked based on their relative significance. Several such regularly spaced templates form the local hypotheses used in constructing a multiple hypothesis tree, which is then traversed to reach decisions. The proposed modifications remove the need for local thresholding of hypotheses as decisions are made entirely based on statistical comparisons involving the hypothesis tree. The results show improvements in performance when compared to the original method and region growing on intensity images. We also compare the method with region growing on the probability images, where the presented method does not show substantial improvement, but we expect it to be less sensitive to local anomalies in the data.",
author = "Selvan Raghavendra and Jens Petersen and Pedersen, {Jesper Johannes Holst} and {de Bruijne}, Marleen",
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AB - Knowledge of airway tree morphology has important clinical applications in diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. We present an automatic tree extraction method based on multiple hypothesis tracking and template matching for this purpose and evaluate its performance on chest CT images. The method is adapted from a semi-automatic method devised for vessel segmentation. Idealized tubular templates are constructed that match airway probability obtained from a trained classifier and ranked based on their relative significance. Several such regularly spaced templates form the local hypotheses used in constructing a multiple hypothesis tree, which is then traversed to reach decisions. The proposed modifications remove the need for local thresholding of hypotheses as decisions are made entirely based on statistical comparisons involving the hypothesis tree. The results show improvements in performance when compared to the original method and region growing on intensity images. We also compare the method with region growing on the probability images, where the presented method does not show substantial improvement, but we expect it to be less sensitive to local anomalies in the data.

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