CCSeg - Corpus Callosum Segmentation

Corpus Callosum Segmentation Tool

CCSeg is an open-source C++-based application developed at UNC-Chapel Hill that allows automatic as well as user-interactive segmentation of the Corpus Callosum. Via a Qt-based graphical user interface, CCSeg also performs semi-automatic segmentation.

Descriptions of methods:

Media 1997: G. Szekely, A. Kelemen, C. Brechbühler, and G. Gerig, “Segmentation of 2-D and 3-D objects from MRI volume data using constrained elastic deformations of flexible Fourier contour and surface models.,” Med Image Anal, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 19–34, Mar. 1996.

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