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Award Abstract #1149737

CAREER: Spectral Deformable Models: Theory and Applications

NSF Org: IIS
Div Of Information & Intelligent Systems
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Initial Amendment Date: December 27, 2011
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Latest Amendment Date: June 27, 2016
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Award Number: 1149737
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Award Instrument: Continuing grant
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Program Manager: Jie Yang
IIS Div Of Information & Intelligent Systems
CSE Direct For Computer & Info Scie & Enginr
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Start Date: September 1, 2012
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End Date: August 31, 2017 (Estimated)
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Awarded Amount to Date: $480,371.00
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Investigator(s): Xiaohu Guo xguo@utdallas.edu (Principal Investigator)
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Sponsor: University of Texas at Dallas
800 W. Campbell Rd., AD15
Richardson, TX 75080-3021 (972)883-2313
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NSF Program(s): GRAPHICS & VISUALIZATION,
ROBUST INTELLIGENCE
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Program Reference Code(s): 1045, 7453, 9251
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Program Element Code(s): 7453, 7495

ABSTRACT

With the popularity of real-time 3D/4D data capturing capabilities, there is an emerging need to compute the deformable models over the networks. Traditional model-driven deformable models have their bottlenecks since the spatial information for large-scale datasets cannot be efficiently solved and adaptively minimized over different network conditions. This project centers on the concept of spectrum-driven deformable models. Analogous to Fourier analysis being applied to image processing, the spectral deformable models employ manifold harmonics to efficiently and effectively perform segmentation, registration, physics-based simulation, compression, and streaming of 3D deformable surfaces and volumes.

In this project, manifold harmonics are used to transform arbitrary scanned datasets into a reduced diffusion subspace, in which real-time segmentation, registration, and physics-based simulation can be performed. Besides the stretching deformations, the rotational and tensor fields are encoded with manifold harmonics, which provides a "spectral multiresolution" structure to compress and stream deformable models over different network conditions.

The PI works with the medical imaging experts at UT Southwestern Medical Center, to build a tele-diagnosis system for evaluating each component in the spectral deformable models. The test-bed on tele-medicine has impacts on the next-generation diagnosis and treatment services, as well as on clinical education. The theoretical and technical breakthrough can benefit our society at large, from tele-immersion, remote sensing, to speech training, through the PI?s further outreach activities. The research and education are integrated by taking research advances into existing and future courses; developing the visualization software for education; and attracting more undergraduate students into research.


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Liu, Yang; Prabhakaran, Balakrishnan; Guo, Xiaohu. "Point-Based Manifold Harmonics," IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON VISUALIZATION AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS, v.18, 2012, p. 1693-1703.

Shuai, Liang; Guo, Xiaohu; Jin, Miao. "GPU-based computation of discrete periodic centroidal Voronoi tessellation in hyperbolic space," COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN, v.45, 2013, p. 463-472.

Liu, Yang; Prabhakaran, Balakrishnan; Guo, Xiaohu. "Spectral Watermarking for Parameterized Surfaces," IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION FORENSICS AND SECURITY, v.7, 2012, p. 1459-1471.

Yang, Yin; Guo, Xiaohu; Vick, Jennell; Torres, Luis G.; Campbell, Thomas F.. "Physics-Based Deformable Tongue Visualization," IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON VISUALIZATION AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS, v.19, 2013, p. 811-823.

Yang, Yin; Zhong, Zichun; Guo, Xiaohu; Wang, Jing; Anderson, John; Solberg, Timothy; Mao, Weihua. "A Novel Markerless Technique to Evaluate Daily Lung Tumor Motion Based on Conventional Cone-Beam CT Projection Data," INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION ONCOLOGY BIOLOGY PHYSICS, v.82, 2012, p. E749-E756.

Yiqi Cai, Xiaohu Guo, Zichun Zhong, Weihua Mao. "Dynamic Meshing for Deformable Image
Registration," Computer-Aided Design, v.58, 2015, p. 141. 

Zichun Zhong, Liang Shuai, Miao Jin, Xiaohu Guo. "Anisotropic Surface Meshing with Conformal
Embedding," Graphical Models, v.76, 2014, p. 468. 

Liu, Yang; Prabhakaran, Balakrishnan; Guo, Xiaohu. "Point-Based Manifold Harmonics," IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON VISUALIZATION AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS, v.18, 2012, p. 1693. 

Zhichao Huang, Junfeng Yao, Zichun Zhong, Yang Liu, Xiaohu Guo. "Sparse Localized Decomposition of Deformation Gradients," Computer Graphics Forum, v.33, 2014, p. 239. 

Chao Wang, Yang Liu, Xiaohu Guo, Zichun Zhong, Binh Le, Zhigang Deng. "Spectral Animation Compression," Journal of Computer Science and Technology, v.30, 2015, p. 540. 


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