Eurographics DL Repository



Groningen, the Netherlands, 6-10 June 2016

Reproducibility in Medical Visualization
Uncertainty and Reproducibility in Medical Visualization
Lars Linsen, Ahmed Al-Taie, Gordan Ristovski, Tobias Preusser, and Horst K. Hahn
High-Performance Motion Correction of Fetal MRI
Bernhard Kainz, David F. A. Lloyd, Amir Alansary, Maria Kuklisova Murgasova, Rostislav Khlebnikov, Daniel Rueckert, Mary Rutherford, Reza Razavi, and Jo V. Hajnal
OphthalVis - Making Data Analytics of Optical Coherence Tomography Reproducible
Paul Rosenthal, Marc Ritter, Danny Kowerko, and Christian Heine
Classifying Medical Projection Techniques based on Parameterization Attribute Preservation
Julian Kreiser and Timo Ropinski
Visual Analytics and Storytelling in Medical Visualization
Detection of Diabetic Neuropathy - Can Visual Analytics Methods Really Help in Practice?
Martin Röhlig, Oliver Stachs, and Heidrun Schumann
Towards Multi-user Provenance Tracking of Visual Analysis Workflows over Multiple Applications
Claudia Hänel, Mohammad Khatami, Torsten W. Kuhlen, and Benjamin Weyers
Evaluation and Validation Methods for Medical Applications
Experiences on Validation of Multi-Component System Simulations for Medical Training Applications
Yuen C. Law, Benjamin Weyers, and Torsten W. Kuhlen
On the Evaluation of a Semi-Automatic Vortex Flow Classification in 4D PC-MRI Data of the Aorta
Monique Meuschke, Ben Köhler, Bernhard Preim, and Kai Lawonn
An Introduction to Evaluation in Medical Visualization
Noeska Smit and Kai Lawonn

Recent Submissions

  • Smit, Noeska; Lawonn, Kai (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Medical visualization papers often deal with data that is interpreted by medical domain experts in a research or clinical context. Since visualizations are by definition designed to be interpreted by a human observer, often ...
  • Kreiser, Julian; Ropinski, Timo (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    In many areas of medicine, visualization researchers can help by contributing to to task simplification, abstraction or complexity reduction. As these approaches, can allow a better workflow in medical environments by ...
  • Rosenthal, Paul; Ritter, Marc; Kowerko, Danny; Heine, Christian (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    In this paper, we discuss the issues of the current state of the art in optical coherence tomography with respect to reproducibility. We present our findings about the internal computations and data storage methods of the ...
  • Röhlig, Martin; Stachs, Oliver; Schumann, Heidrun (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Visual analytics (VA) methods are valuable means for supporting the detection of diabetic neuropathy, the most common longterm complication of diabetes mellitus. We suggest two strategies for strengthening reliability, ...
  • Meuschke, Monique; Köhler, Ben; Preim, Bernhard; Lawonn, Kai (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    In this paper, we report on our experiences that we made during our contributions in the field of the visualization of flow characteristics. Mainly, we focused on the vortex flow classification in 4D PC-MRI as current ...
  • Hänel, Claudia; Khatami, Mohammad; Kuhlen, Torsten W.; Weyers, Benjamin (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Provenance tracking for visual analysis workflows is still a challenge as especially interaction and collaboration aspects are poorly covered in existing realizations. Therefore, we propose a first prototype addressing ...
  • Law, Yuen C.; Weyers, Benjamin; Kuhlen, Torsten W. (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    In the simulation of multi-component systems, we often encounter a problem with a lack of ground-truth data. This situation makes the validation of our simulation methods and models a difficult task. In this work we present ...
  • Linsen, Lars; Al-Taie, Ahmed; Ristovski, Gordan; Preusser, Tobias; Hahn, Horst K. (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    The medical visualization pipeline is affected by various sources of uncertainty. Many errors may occur and several assumptions are made in the various processing steps from the image acquisition to the rendering of the ...
  • Kai Lawonn; Mario Hlawitschka; Paul Rosenthal (Eurographics Association, 2016)
  • Kainz, Bernhard; Lloyd, David F. A.; Alansary, Amir; Murgasova, Maria Kuklisova; Khlebnikov, Rostislav; Rueckert, Daniel; Rutherford, Mary; Razavi, Reza; Hajnal, Jo V. (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Fetal Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) shows promising results for pre-natal diagnostics. The detection of potentially lifethreatening abnormalities in the fetus can be difficult with ultrasound alone. MRI is one of the ...