Daniel Schmitter
Daniel Schmitter
Mirrakoi Ltd.
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Predicting stem cell fate changes by differential cell cycle progression patterns
M Roccio, D Schmitter, M Knobloch, Y Okawa, D Sage, MP Lutolf
Development 140 (2), 459-470, 2013
1392013
Predicting stem cell fate changes by differential cell cycle progression patterns
M Roccio, D Schmitter, M Knobloch, Y Okawa, D Sage, MP Lutolf
Development 140 (2), 459-470, 2013
1392013
An evaluation of volume-based morphometry for prediction of mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease
D Schmitter, A Roche, B Maréchal, D Ribes, A Abdulkadir, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 7, 7-17, 2015
1352015
Snakes on a plane: A perfect snap for bioimage analysis
R Delgado-Gonzalo, V Uhlmann, D Schmitter, M Unser
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine 32 (1), 41-48, 2014
802014
Circadian clock characteristics are altered in human thyroid malignant nodules
T Mannic, P Meyer, F Triponez, M Pusztaszeri, G Le Martelot, O Mariani, ...
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 98 (11), 4446-4456, 2013
522013
A multi-contrast MRI study of microstructural brain damage in patients with mild cognitive impairment
C Granziera, A Daducci, A Donati, G Bonnier, D Romascano, A Roche, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 8, 631-639, 2015
182015
A multi-contrast MRI study of microstructural brain damage in patients with mild cognitive impairment
C Granziera, A Daducci, A Donati, G Bonnier, D Romascano, A Roche, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 8, 631-639, 2015
182015
A 2D/3D image analysis system to track fluorescently labeled structures in rod-shaped cells: application to measure spindle pole asymmetry during mitosis
D Schmitter, P Wachowicz, D Sage, A Chasapi, I Xenarios, V Simanis, ...
Cell division 8 (1), 6, 2013
172013
Multiresolution subdivision snakes
A Badoual, D Schmitter, V Uhlmann, M Unser
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 26 (3), 1188-1201, 2016
162016
Efficient shape priors for spline-based snakes
R Delgado-Gonzalo, D Schmitter, V Uhlmann, M Unser
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 24 (11), 3915-3926, 2015
162015
New parametric 3D snake for medical segmentation of structures with cylindrical topology
D Schmitter, C Gaudet-Blavignac, D Piccini, M Unser
2015 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), 276-280, 2015
112015
Trigonometric interpolation kernel to construct deformable shapes for user-interactive applications
D Schmitter, R Delgado-Gonzalo, M Unser
IEEE signal processing letters 22 (11), 2097-2101, 2015
112015
Atlas-free brain segmentation in 3D proton-density-like MRI images
D Schmitter, R Delgado-Gonzalo, G Krueger, M Unser
2014 IEEE 11th International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI), 629-632, 2014
112014
Analysis of S. pombe SIN protein association to the SPB reveals two genetically separable states of the SIN
P Wachowicz, A Chasapi, A Krapp, EC Del Rosario, D Schmitter, D Sage, ...
Journal of Cell Science 128 (4), 741-754, 2015
102015
A family of smooth and interpolatory basis functions for parametric curve and surface representation
D Schmitter, R Delgado-Gonzalo, M Unser
Applied Mathematics and Computation 272, 53-63, 2016
92016
A non-stationary subdivision scheme for the construction of deformable models with sphere-like topology
A Badoual, P Novara, L Romani, D Schmitter, M Unser
Graphical Models 94, 38-51, 2017
82017
An inner-product calculus for periodic functions and curves
A Badoual, D Schmitter, M Unser
IEEE Signal Processing Letters 23 (6), 878-882, 2016
82016
Locally refinable parametric snakes
A Badoual, D Schmitter, M Unser
2015 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), 354-358, 2015
72015
Landmark-based shape encoding and sparse-dictionary learning in the continuous domain
D Schmitter, M Unser
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 27 (1), 365-378, 2017
52017
Compactly-supported smooth interpolators for shape modeling with varying resolution
D Schmitter, J Fageot, A Badoual, P Garcia-Amorena, M Unser
Graphical Models 94, 52-64, 2017
42017
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