Austrian Grid Project
section participates with two contributions in the Austrian Grid Project:
Virtual Arterial Tree Tomography
trees often appear in 2D-sections, e.g. in tomography or
microsopy. In most cases it is not evident how conclusions
from these 2D-pictures can be inferred towards the steric
3D configuration of vascular segments.
In the present project we go the opposite direction: Realistic
Models of 3D vascular trees are generated and virtually
sliced. The resulting 2D images hold every information possible
(since they are computed images) and clearly demonstrate
what 2D-image will result from a given (and precisely known)
3D vascular structure.
Well established algorithms for the analysis of 2D slices
of vascular trees can then be tested regarding their capability
to regain what has been plugged in.....
Computational Modeling of T-Cell Adaptive
See here for detailed
In part this work is
supported by the Austrian Grid Project of the Austrian Ministry of Education,
Science and Culture (contract no. GZ 4003/2-VI/4c/2004).