Projet de recherche collaborative d’EOS, Global Imaging Online et ETS

La conception et le développement d’outils automatisés pour caractériser, modéliser et quantifier la morphologie des systèmes ostéo-articulaires à l’aide de plusieurs vues radiographiques.

Impacts de la recherche – Liste des publications

Conférences :
[1] F. Ouertani, C. Vazquez, T. Cresson, JA. de Guise (2015) Simultaneous extraction of two adjacent bony
structures in x-ray images : application to hip joint segmentation, IEEE International Conference on
Image Processing.
[2] B. Aubert, B. Godbout, S. Parent, T. Cresson, C. Vazquez, JA. De Guise (2015) Towards automatic
spine 3D reconstruction from bi-planar radiographs, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and
Biomedical Engineering.
[3] B. Aubert, J. Wu, S. Parent, T. Cresson, C. Vazquez, JA. De Guise (2015) Towards an automatic 3D
spine reconstruction from EOS radiographs: assessment of a new initial estimate, 45e Réunion
annuelle de la Société de la scoliose du Québec.
[4] P. Laurent, T. Cresson, JR. Dadour, J. Cl ́ement, NJ. Bureau, N. Hagemeister, C. Vazquez, JA. De Guise
(2015) A Framework to evaluate and validate 2D Segmentation Algorithms on Lower-Limb X-Rays,
Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering.

Conférences – Papiers soumis (en attente) :
[5] B. Aubert, C. Vazquez, T. Cresson, S. Parent, JA. De Guise (2016) Automatic spine and pelvis detection
in frontal X-ray using deep neural networks for image displacement learning, IEEE International
Symposium on Biomedical Imaging : From Nano to Macro.
[6] R. Korez, B. Aubert, T. Cresson, T. Vrtovec, JA. De Guise, S. Kadoury (2016) Sparse and multi-object
modeling of the scoliotic spine for its three-dimensional reconstruction, IEEE International Symposium
on Biomedical Imaging : From Nano to Macro.
[7] P. Laurent, T. Cresson, J.R. Dadour, J. Clément, N.J. Bureau, N. Hagemeister, C. Vazquez, JA. De Guise
(2016) A framework for segmentation algorithms assessment : an application to femur X-ray, IEEE
International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging : From Nano to Macro.