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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Skeletonization provides a simple yet compact representation of an object and is widely used in medical imaging applications including volumetric, structural, and topological analyses, object representation, stenoses detection, path-finding etc. Literature of three-dimensional skeletonization is quite matured for binary digital objects. However, the challenges of skeletonization for fuzzy objects are mostly unanswered. Here, a framework and an algorithm for fuzzy surface skeletonization aredoi:10.1007/978-3-642-41181-6_67 fatcat:drwe6iwlurby5nnd6nkpc3z4wi