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    3D segmentation result (left and middle image) and 2D segmentation result with the user-defined seed point in blue (rightmost image).

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    <p>3D segmentation result (left and middle image) and 2D segmentation result with the user-defined seed point in blue (rightmost image).</p

    Illustration of the penalty effect.

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    <p>(a) shows a network without i-links. (b) shows a network with an i-link. The red line depicts a minimal cut.</p

    Courses of <i>w(i,11)</i> (green) and <i>w(i,15)</i> (red).

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    <p>The upper part illustrates that <i>w(i,k)</i> reflects the position of the voxel <i>p<sub>i</sub></i> on a ray consisting of <i>k</i> uniformly distributed voxels. Note that that w is only partially defined for the natural numbers but that Cube-Cut never calls w with an argument in the undefined scope.</p

    Direct comparison of manual slice-by-slice and Slicer-based GrowCut segmentation results for ten pituitary adenomas via the Dice Similarity Coefficient (DSC).

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    <p>Direct comparison of manual slice-by-slice and Slicer-based GrowCut segmentation results for ten pituitary adenomas via the Dice Similarity Coefficient (DSC).</p

    Typical user initialization of GrowCut for this study.

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    <p>The Editor module is used to mark parts of the vertebra (green) and the background (yellow) in an axial, sagittal and coronal plane.</p

    Direct comparison of manual slice-by-slice and Cube-Cut segmentation results for ten vertebrae via the Dice Similarity Coefficient (DSC).

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    <p>Direct comparison of manual slice-by-slice and Cube-Cut segmentation results for ten vertebrae via the Dice Similarity Coefficient (DSC).</p
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