Department of Computer Science
Computer Vision
 



Computer Vision has now merged with Signal Processing to become the Visual Information Laboratory.
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Medical Imaging

Active Contours
   
Active contour models, commonly known as snakes, have been widely used for object localisation, shape recovery, and visual tracking due to their natural handling of shape variations. The introduction of the Level Set method into snakes has greatly enhanced their potential in real world applications. For more information, see our active contours website.
Pharmacological MRI
Working in collaboration with the Psychopharmacology Unit, we are investigating and developing exploratory, data-driven methods for the analysis of pharmacological MRI (phMRI).
      
The data produced in these studies can be thought of as 3D movies of the brain, where we seek to discover both the temporal and spatial effects of a drug, especially in cases where the expected neural response is not well established.

Computer Vision Group
Dept of Computer Science,
University of Bristol

For more information about our work or opportunities to join or visit the group, email vision at cs.bris.ac.uk


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