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Development of a Photogrammetric Tool for Cranial Deformation Analysis in Infants

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Barbero García, I. (2020). Development of a Photogrammetric Tool for Cranial Deformation Analysis in Infants [Tesis doctoral]. Universitat Politècnica de València. https://doi.org/10.4995/Thesis/10251/160024

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Title: Development of a Photogrammetric Tool for Cranial Deformation Analysis in Infants
Author: Barbero García, Inés
Director(s): Lerma García, José Luis Miranda Lloret, Pablo
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2020-12-18
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Abstract:
[ES] La fotogrametría ha demostrado un gran potencial para la obtención de mediciones precisas en diferentes campos de estudio, incluyendo la medicina. La deformación craneal es un problema con una alta prevalencia entre ...[+]


[CA] La fotogrametria ha demostrat un gran potencial per a l'obtenció de mesuraments precises en diferents camps d'estudi, incloent la medicina. La deformació cranial és un problema amb una alta prevalença entre lactants ...[+]


[EN] Image-based and range-based solutions have great potential for accurate measurements in many different fields, including medicine. Cranial deformation is a problem with high prevalence among infants during their first ...[+]
Subjects: Modelado tridimensional , Fotogrametría , Teléfono inteligente , Plagiocefalia , Modelado 3D , 3D modelling , Smartphone , Photogrammetry , Plagiocephaly
Copyrigths: Reserva de todos los derechos
DOI: 10.4995/Thesis/10251/160024
Publisher:
Universitat Politècnica de València
Project ID:
GV/ACIF/2017/056
ESF/ACIF/2017/056
Thanks:
This project was founded by a predoctoral fellowship from Generalitat Valenciana and the European Social Fund, grant number ACIF/2017/056.
Type: Tesis doctoral

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