8 thoughts on “ 「Skeletonisation」

  1. Leaf Skeletonization: Long before the existence of lasers, nature has had its own way of etching or skeletonizing leaves thru the process of decay and hungry insects. During the Ming Dynasty, the Chinese developed several methods to accelerate this process. [ref h.
  2. Many problems associated with existing skeletonisation algorithms are solved using the proposed approach. In particular, connectivity, thinness and other desirable features of a skeleton are guaranteed. It also captures notions of corner detection, multiple scale, thinning, and skeletonisation all within one unified framework.
  3. Skeleton watches Skeletonisation: before and after. Skeletonising existing movements is an exercise riddled with difficulties. But it’s a way for watchmakers to express their brand identity and showcase the beauty of their calibres.
  4. My personal default is the one based on distance but yes, there are definitely different views on skeletonisation and they produce slightly different results, the devil is in the detail. All the best. $\endgroup$ – A_A Jan 7 '19 at
  5. Sternal wound complications (SWC) are a rare but potentially life-threatening complication after coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) surgery. Especially the use of bilateral IMA (BIMA) grafts as opposed to single IMA (SIMA) grafts is associated with an increased risk of SWC. Skeletonised harvesting has been proposed to reduce this risk.
  6. Voronoi diagram. The Voronoi diagram of a discrete set of points (called generating points) is the partition of the given space into cells so that each cell contains exactly one generating point and the locus of all points which are nearer to this generating point than to other generating points.
  7. When the skeletonised technique was used, the IMA was isolated from the thoracic wall using meticulous dissection, leaving the adjacent vein, fat tissue, endothoracic fascia, parietal pleura and intercostal muscle undisturbed. Dissection was performed using electrocautery, and arterial side branches were divided using hemoclips and microscissors.
  8. Mar 07,  · In forensic sciences, skeletonisation refers to the complete decomposition of the non-bony tissues of a corpse, leading to a bare skeleton.

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