The reconstruction and analysis of tree-like topological structures in the biomedical images is crucial for biologists and clinicians to understand biomedical conditions, disease diagnoisis, treatment, and plan surgical procedures. The underlying tree-structure topology reveals how different curvilinear components are anatomi cally connected to each other.
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- Yitian Zhao, Jianyang Xie, Yalin Zheng, Yonghuai Liu, Pan Su, Yifan Zhao, Jun Cheng, Jiang Liu, Retinal Artery and Vein Classification via Dominant Sets Clustering-based Vascular Topology Estimation, Proceedings of MICCAI, pp. 56-64, Granada, Spain, September, 2018. [Dataset: VETO]
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