contour model

contour model

[′kän‚tu̇r ‚mäd·əl]
(computer science)
A model for describing the run-time execution of programs written in block-structured languages, consisting of a program component, the data component, and the control component.
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10] proposed a method to segment the vessels using local region based active contour model with morphological fitting energy.
Under the supports of active contour model, a more accurate foreground can be obtained as a foundation for the Bayesian model and the global color distribution.
About 260 papers consider such topics as analyzing the traffic and user behavior of online mobile games, modeling and simulating a ship's fuel supply unit, the asymptotic stability of a system with two identical robots and a built-in safety, using Wikipedia categories for discovering the themes of text documents, the behavior evolution of a duffing oscillator, an active contour model based on local and global image information, an aged-care service information system based on cloud computing, and automobile anti-collision millimeter-wave radar signal processing.
In this paper, a novel fuzzy level set active contour model is proposed.
Finally, the image on NS domain is segmented using the method based on level set active contour model.
It is known that the basic idea of active contour model is to evolve a curve, subject to constraints from a given image I , in order to achieve an optimal state and therefore to outline the object.
Other topics include an active contour model for selective segmentation, attributed graph visualization of collaborative workspaces, detecting microcalcification clusters in digital mammograms, perspective correct normal vectors for Phong shading, and ship hull fitting using NURBS.
Comfor-Pedic's Contour model attracted the attention of Marion Page, a partner at Mattresses & More, a four-store, Orangevale, Calif.
Keywords: Carpal-bone radiograph, skeletal age (estimation), Active Contour Model, GVF-Snake.
Build a small contour model from the information on a topographic map.
Among several vehicles outside the tent was, most notably, a Ford Focus sporting a hydrogen-powered 2-liter ZETEC engine, and a fuel-cell-equipped Ford P-2000 test platform (about the configuration of the Contour model of a few years past), both of which were offered to us media types for test drives.
Ford wants to go into production with a fuel cell family car based on the aluminum-and-composite P2000, which looks like the current Contour model, but weighs 1,000 pounds less.