Voxels

Some articles on voxels, voxel:

Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging - BOLD Hemodynamic Response - Spatial Resolution
... It is measured by the size of voxels, as in MRI ... A voxel is a three-dimensional rectangular cuboid, whose dimensions are set by the slice thickness, the area of a slice, and the grid imposed on the slice by the scanning ... Full-brain studies use larger voxels, while those that focus on specific regions of interest typically use smaller sizes ...
Level Set (data Structures) - Chronological Developments - Narrow Band
1995 by Adalsteinsson and Sethian, restricted most computations to a thin band of active voxels immediately surrounding the interface, thus reducing the ... structure, to rebuild the list of active voxels, were required which entailed an operation in which voxels over the entire volume were accessed ...
Voxel
... A voxel (volumetric pixel or Volumetric Picture Element) is a volume element, representing a value on a regular grid in three dimensional space ... As with pixels in a bitmap, voxels themselves do not typically have their position (their coordinates) explicitly encoded along with their values ... Instead, the position of a voxel is inferred based upon its position relative to other voxels (i.e ...
Pixel (webcomic) - Cast - Voxels
... A voxel is the three-dimensional equivalent of a pixel, being cubic and able to move in the Z-axis ... of equal size, at which point the parent dies and another voxel becomes pregnant with the recently deceased ...
Neuronstudio - Skeletonization and Diameter Estimation
... methods can provide a distance in voxels from each tree node to the surface of the object ... This distance is the D6 metric, obtained by counting the number of voxels as they are removed in the minimal 6-connected path from the surface to the medial ... of this diameter estimate is limited to the physical size of the voxels ...