no code implementations • 4 Jul 2023 • Jacob J. Relle, Samuel Voß, Ramesch Raschidi, Regine Nessel, Johannes Görich, Mark O. Wielpütz, Thorsten Löffler, Vincent Heuveline, Friedrich Kallinowski, Philipp D. Lösel
Abdominal wall defects often lead to pain, discomfort, and recurrence of incisional hernias, resulting in significant morbidity and repeated surgical repairs worldwide.
For such imaging techniques, the method can therefore significantly improve image quality, or maintain image quality with further reduced exposure time per image.
Morphological atlases are an important tool in organismal studies, and modern high-throughput Computed Tomography (CT) facilities can produce hundreds of full-body high-resolution volumetric images of organisms.
The problem is even more prominent for high-throughput tomography--an automated setup, capable of scanning large batches of samples without human interaction.
Characterizing compute kernel execution behavior on GPUs for efficient task scheduling is a non-trivial task.