Multi-object tracking in MRI-guided radiotherapy using the tracking-learning-detection framework.

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Summary of "Multi-object tracking in MRI-guided radiotherapy using the tracking-learning-detection framework."

The application of the tracking-learning-detection (TLD) framework; a performant tracking algorithm for real-life objects in CCD video, was evaluated and successfully optimized for tracking anatomical structures in low-quality 2D cine-MRI acquired during MRI-guided radiotherapy. Sub-pixel tracking accuracy and >95% precision and recall was achieved despite significant deformations and periodical disappearance.


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Name: Radiotherapy and oncology : journal of the European Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
ISSN: 1879-0887
Pages: 25-29


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