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MICCAI 2018 论文合集 【part 1 of 4】,Reconstruction and Image Quality,Machine Learning and Statistical Analysis,Registration and Image Guidance,Optical and Histology Applications,Cardiac, Chest and Abdominal Applications,fMRI and Diffusion Imaging,Neuroimaging,Computer-Assisted Intervention,Segmentation
Moreinformationaboutthisseriesathttp://www.springer.com/series/7412 Alejandro F. frangi. Julia a. schnabel Christos davatzikos. Carlos alberola- lopez Gabor Fichtinger(Eds) Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention miccai 2018 21 st International Conference Granada, Spain, September 16-20, 2018 Proceedings, Part I pringer editors Alejandro F Frangi (D Carlos Alberola-LOpez (D University of leeds Universidad de valladolid eeds UK Dain Julia a. schnabel Gabor fichtinger Kings College london Queen’ s University London UK Canada Christos Davatzikos ( D University of pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA USA ISSN0302-9743 issn 1611-3349(electronic) Lecture Notes in Computer Science ISBN978-3-030-00927-4 ISBN978-3-030-00928-1( ebook) https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-00928-1 Library of Congress Control Number: 2018909526 LNCS Sublibrary: SL6-Image Processing, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, and graphics O Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2018 This work is subject to copyright. All rights are reserved by the Publisher, whether the whole or part of the material is concerned, specifically the rights of translation, reprinting, reuse of illustrations, recitation broadcasting, reproduction on microfilms or in any other physical way, and transmission or information storage and retrieval, electronic adaptation, computer software, or by similar or dissimilar methodology now known or hereafter developed The use of general descriptive names, registered names, trademarks, service marks, etc. in this publication does not imply, even in the absence of a specific statement, that such names are exempt from the relevant protective laws and regulations and therefore free for general use The publisher, the authors and the editors are safe to assume that the advice and information in this book are believed to be true and accurate at the date of publication. Neither the publisher nor the authors or the editor give a warranty, express or implied, with respect to the material contained herein or for any errors or omissions that may have been made. The publisher remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations This Springer imprint is published by the registered company Springer Nature Switzerland AG The registered company address is: Gewerbestrasse ll, 6330 Cham, Switzerland Preface We are very pleased to present the conference proceedings for the 21st International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAD, which was successfully held at the granada Conference Center, September 16-20, 2018 in Granada, Spain The conference also featured 40 workshops, 14 tutorials, and ten challenges held on September 16 or 20. For the first time, we had events co-located or endorsed by other societies. The two-day Visual Computing in Biology and Medicine (VCBM) Work shop partnered with EUROGRAPHICS, the one-day Biomedical Workshop Biomedical Information Processing and Analysis: A Latin American perspective partnered with SIPAIM, and the one-day MICCAI Workshop on Computational Diffusion on Mri was endorsed by ISMRM. This year, at the time of writing this preface, the miccai 2018 conference had over 1, 400 firm registrations for the main conference featuring the most recent work in the fields of Reconstruction and Image Quality Machine learning and Statistical Analysis Registration and image guidance Optical and Histology Applications Cardiac, Chest and Abdominal Applications fMRi and Diffusion Imaging Neuroimaging Computer-AsSisted Intervention Segmentation This was the largest miCcai conference to date with, for the first time, four volumes of Lecture Notes in Computer Science (ncs)proceedings for the main conference, selected after a thorough double-blind peer-review process organized in several phases as further described below. Following the example set by the previous program chairs of MiCCaI 2017, we employed the Conference Managing Toolkit (CMT) for paper submissions and double-blind peer-reviews, the Toronto Paper reviewers, and Researcher cc r automatic paper assignment to area chairs and Matching System (TPMs)fo to handle conficts between authors area chairs and reviewers https://www.eg.org Ittp://www.sipaim.org/. hh ttps//www.ismrm.org/ https://cmt.researchmicrosoftcom http://torontopapermatching.org http://researcher.c Preface In total, a record 1,068 full submissions(ca. 33%more than the previous year)were received and sent out to peer-review, from 1, 335 original intentions to submit. Of those submissions, 80%were considered as pure Medical Image Computing(MIC), 14% as pure Computer-Assisted Intervention( CAD), and 6% as MiCCaI papers that fitted into both Mic and Cai areas. The Miccai 201 8 Program Committee(PC) had a total of 58 area chairs, with 45% from Europe, 43% from the Americas, 9% from Australasia and 3 from the Middle East. We maintained an excellent gender balance with 43% women scientists on the pc Using TPMs scoring and CMT, each area chair was assigned between 18 and 20 manuscripts using tpms, for each of which they suggested 9-15 potential reviewers Subsequently, 600 invited reviewers were asked to bid for the manuscripts they had been suggested for. Final reviewer allocations via CMT took PC suggestions, reviewer bidding, and TPMS scores into account, allocating 5-6 papers per reviewer. Based on the double-blind reviews, 173 papers(16%) were directly accepted and 314 papers (30%)were directly rejected these decisions were confirmed by the handling area chair. The remaining 579 papers (54%)were invited for rebuttal. Two further area chairs were added using cmt and TPMs scores to each of these remaining manu scripts, who then independently scored these to accept or reject, based on the reviews rebuttal, and manuscript, resulting in clear paper decisions using majority voting: 199 further manuscripts were accepted. and 380 rejected The overall manuscript acceptance rate was 34.9%. Two PC teleconferences were held on May 14, 2018, in two different time zones to confirm the final results and collect PC feedback on the peer-review process (with over 74 PC attendance rate For the miccai 2018 proceedings, the 372 accepted papers have been organized in four volumes as follows. Volume Lncs 11070 includes: Image Quality and Artefacts(15 manuscripts ), Image Reconstruction Methods (31), Machine Learning in Medical Imaging(22), Statistical Analysis for Medical Imaging(10), and Image Registration Methods(21) Volume Lncs 11071 includes: Optical and Histology Applications(46); and Cardiac, Chest, and Abdominal Applications (59) Volume LNcs 11072 includes: fMRI and Diffusion Imaging(45 ); Neuroimagin and Brain Segmentation (37) Volume LNcs 11073 includes: Computer-Assisted Intervention (39) grouped into image-guided interventions and surgery; surgical planning, simulation and work How analysis; and visualization and augmented reality; and Image Segmentation Methods(47) grouped into general segmentation methods; multi-organ segmenta tion; abdominal, cardiac, chest, and other segmentation applications We would like to thank everyone who contributed greatly to the success of mICCai 2018 and the quality of its proceedings. These include the MICCAI Society, for support and insightful comments; and our sponsors for financial support and their presence on site. We are especially grateful to all members of the Program Committee for their diligent work in the reviewer assignments and final paper selection, as well as the 600 One paper was withdrawn Preface ⅤI reviewers for their support during the entire process. Finally, and most importantly, we thank all authors, co-authors, students, and supervisors, for submitting and presenting their high-quality work which made MiCCaI 2018 a greatly enjoyable, informative, and successful event. We are especially indebted to those reviewers and PC members who helped us resolve last-minute missing reviews at a very short notice We are looking forward to seeing you in Shenzhen, China, at MICCAI 2019 august 2018 Julia a. schnabel Christos davatzikos Gabor Fichtinger Alejandro F. F1 Carlos Alberola-lopez Alberto gomez herrero Spyridon bakas antonio. porras Organization Organizing committee General Chair and Program Co-chair Alejandro F. Frangi University of Leeds, UK General Co-chair Carlos Alberola-lopez Universidad de valladolid, spain Associate to General Chairs antonio. porras Children's national medical center Washington D.C., USA Program Chair Julia a. schnabel Kings college london, UK Program Co-chairs Christos davatzikos University of Pennsylvania, USA Gabor fichtinger Queens University, Canada Associates to program Chairs Spyridon bakas University of Pennsylvania, USA alberto gomez herrero Kings College London, UK Tutorial and educational chair Anne martel University of Toronto, Canada Tutorial and Educational Co-chairs Miguel Gonzalez-Ballester Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain Marius linguraru Childrens National medical Center Washington d.c. uSa Kensaku mori Nagoya University, Japan Carl-Fredrik Westin Harvard medical School. USA Workshop and Challenge Chair Danail stoyanov University College London, UK Organization Workshop and Challenge Co-chairs Herve delingette Inria. france Lena maier-Hein German Cancer Research Center, germany Zeike A. taylor University of Leeds, UK Keynote Lecture Chair Josien pluim TU Eindhoven. The netherlands Keynote Lecture Co-chairs Matthias harders ETH Zurich. Switzerland Septimiu salcudean The university of British Columbia, Canada Corporate Affairs Chair Terry Pe Western University, Canada Corporate Affairs Co-chairs Hayit Greenspan Tel Aviv University, Israel Despina Kontos University of Pennsylvania, USA Guy Shechter Philips, Usa Student Activities Facilitator Demian wasserman Inria. france Student Activities Co-facilitator Karim lekadir Universitat Pompeu-Fabra, Spain Communications officer Pedro Lopes University of Leeds, UK Conference Management DEKON Group Program Committee Ali Gooya University of Sheffield, UK Amber simpson Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center USA Andrew King King's college london, UK Bennett landman Vanderbilt University, USA Bernhard Kainz Imperial College London, UK Burak acar Bogazici University, Turkey

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