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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper presents a new triangulation method to define surfaces of 3D object from parallel 2D contours. These contours represent the boundary of a human organ segmented from 2D images acquired from radiological volumetric data using ultrasound (US), computer topography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. Many papers have identified and looked into the problems of generating surfaces from 2D contours. They are correspondence, tiling, branching and surface-fitting problems. Our newdoi:10.1007/10704282_33 fatcat:7zjhbakg5rf5tffxtgc3g7v4q4