Structural adaptive smoothing: Principles and applications in imaging
- Polzehl, Jörg
- Tabelow, Karsten
2010 Mathematics Subject Classification
- 68U10 92C55 62G08
- Image Enhancement, Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Diffusion Tensor Imaging, Structural Adaptive Smoothing
Structural adaptive smoothing provides a new concept of edge-preserving non-parametric smoothing methods. In imaging it employs qualitative assumption on the underlying homogeneity structure of the image. The chapter describes the main principles of the approach and discusses applications ranging from image denoising to the analysis of functional and diffusion weighted Magnetic Resonance experiments.
- P. Jörg, T. Karsten, Structural adaptive smoothing: principles and applications in imaging, F. L., D. R., J. G., L. M. - C. van, D. L., eds., vol. 41 of Computational imaging and vision, Springer, London, 2012, pp. 65--81