Bachelor Thesis at PRIP - Collection of Summer and Winter Term 2009 (bibtex)
by Georg Zankl, Lukas Fischer, Timo Kropp
Abstract:
This is the second collection in the series of Bachelor Thesis at PRIP. We have collected students best works done in Summer and Winter Term 2009. First work in the collection is the bachelor thesis of Georg Zankl. He presents an algorithm for computing the eccentricity transform of a polygonal (continuous) shape which can have holes. The algorithm decomposes a polygonal shape, by gradually refining a partitioning. The partitioning is then used to eficiently compute the eccentricity for any point inside the shape. In the second work, Lukas Fischer, presents a survey on sequential Monte Carlo Methods, also known as Shape Particle Filters, used for the segmentation in medical imagining. This report surveys the robustness of these methods on different medical example images. Results on different data (synthetic rectangles, MRI slices and radiographs) are reported. The third work done by Timo Kropp, presents a software implementation that allows the user to visualize trajectories of moving object in the Microsoft Bing maps.
Reference:
Bachelor Thesis at PRIP - Collection of Summer and Winter Term 2009 (Georg Zankl, Lukas Fischer, Timo Kropp), Technical report, PRIP, TU Wien, 2009.
Bibtex Entry:
@TechReport{PTR-Bachelor09,
  author =	 "Georg Zankl and Lukas Fischer and Timo Kropp",
  title =	 "Bachelor Thesis at PRIP - Collection of Summer and Winter Term 2009",
  institution =	 "PRIP, TU Wien",
  number =	 "PRIP-TR-121",
  year =	 "2009",
  url =		 "ftp://ftp.prip.tuwien.ac.at/pub/publications/trs/tr121.pdf",
  abstract =	 "This is the second collection in the series of Bachelor Thesis at PRIP. We have collected students best works done in Summer and Winter Term 2009. First work in the collection is the bachelor thesis of Georg Zankl. He presents an algorithm for computing the eccentricity transform of a polygonal (continuous) shape which can have holes. The algorithm decomposes a polygonal shape,
by gradually refining a partitioning. The partitioning is then used to eficiently compute the eccentricity for any point inside the shape.
In the second work, Lukas Fischer, presents a survey on sequential Monte
Carlo Methods, also known as Shape Particle Filters, used for the segmentation in medical imagining. 
This report surveys the robustness of these methods on
different medical example images. Results on different data (synthetic
rectangles, MRI slices and radiographs) are reported.
The third work done by Timo Kropp, presents a software implementation that allows the user to visualize trajectories of moving object in the Microsoft Bing maps. ",
}
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