In this paper performance evaluation and experimental characterization of a new automatic method for measuring vertebrae are analysed. Starting to a discrete valid geometric model of the vertebra, obtained from CT-scans or 3D scanning, the method measures algorithmically vertebrae. The proposed study is performed by analysing the most used dimensional features of lumbar and thoracic real vertebrae in anthropological investigations. The results are compared with the state-of-the-art methods for vertebra measurement.

Performance evaluation and experimental characterization of a new automatic method for measuring vertebrae

Di Angelo L.
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Di Stefano P.
2016-01-01

Abstract

In this paper performance evaluation and experimental characterization of a new automatic method for measuring vertebrae are analysed. Starting to a discrete valid geometric model of the vertebra, obtained from CT-scans or 3D scanning, the method measures algorithmically vertebrae. The proposed study is performed by analysing the most used dimensional features of lumbar and thoracic real vertebrae in anthropological investigations. The results are compared with the state-of-the-art methods for vertebra measurement.
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