Approximation of Missing Sections of CT-Image Sequences Using Binary Interpolation
A method is described whereby computer tomograph (CT) image slices are interpolated, an important step in the 3D visualization process. The segmented components of the images are interpolated as binary structures and then reunited. This new method of binary interpolation interpolates coordinates. The interpolation lines are bound by the image pixels. This is an element not found in current triangulation techniques.
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