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3D AUTOCUT: a 3D segmentation algorithm based on cellular automata

3D AUTOCUT: a 3D segmentation algorithm based on cellular automata

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An improved 3D cellular automaton segmentation algorithm is proposed. The purpose is to create a tri-directional automaton in order to segment 3D volumes. The improvement is that a force is created in the RGB space in order to improve the result of the 3D algorithm. Experiments on several synthetic volumes have shown that the proposed method achieves better segmentation results and efficiency than the other methods.

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