This is a home-made database of synthetic medial surfaces and volumes and specific scores for evaluating surface accuracy, its stability against volume deformations and its capabilities for accurate reconstruction of anatomical volumes
The test set of synthetic volumes / surfaces aims to cover different key aspects of medial surface generation. The first batch of surfaces (labelled ’Simple’) includes objects generated with a single medial surface. A second batch of surfaces is generated using two intersecting medial surfaces (la-belled ’Multiple’), while the last batch of objects (labelled ’Homotopy’) covers shapes with different number of holes.
We generate the volumetric object obtained from a surface either by using spheres of uniform radii (identified as ’UnifDist’) or spheres of varying radii (identified as ’VarDist’). Furthermore, we build Volumes by assigning a radial coordinate to each medial point. In the case of UnifDist, all medial points have the same radial value, while for VarDist they are assigned a value in the range [r1 , r2 ] using a polynomial.
If you want to use this dataset in your research, please cite this database as:
Agnes Borras, Debora Gil, Sergio Vera & Miguel Angel Gonzalez, “A Validation Benchmark for Assessment of Medial Surface Quality for Medical Applications “, Submitted to ICVS13,Pending aproval