Concurrent Segmentation and Localization for Tracking of Surgical Instruments

30 Mar 2017Iro LainaNicola RiekeChristian RupprechtJosué Page VizcaínoAbouzar EslamiFederico TombariNassir Navab

Real-time instrument tracking is a crucial requirement for various computer-assisted interventions. In order to overcome problems such as specular reflections and motion blur, we propose a novel method that takes advantage of the interdependency between localization and segmentation of the surgical tool... (read more)

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