Studies of vision monitoring system using a background separation algorithm during radiotherapy

Title & Authors
Studies of vision monitoring system using a background separation algorithm during radiotherapy
Park, Kiyong; Choi, Jaehyun; Park, Jeawon;

Abstract
The normal tissue in radiation therapy, to minimize radiation, it is most important to maximize local tumor control rates in intensive research the exact dose to the tumor sites. Therefore, the initial, therapist accuracy of detecting movement of the patient fatigue therapist has been a problem that is weighted down directly. Also, by using a web camera, a difference value between the image to be updated to the reference image is calculated, if the result exceeds the reference value, using the system for determining the motion has occurred. However, this system, it is not possible to quantitatively analyze the movement of the patient, the background is changed when moving the treatment bed in the co-therapeutic device was not able to sift the patient. In this paper, using a alpah($\small{{\alpha}}$) filter index is an attempt to solve these limitations points, quantifies the movement of the patient, by separating a background image of the patient and treatment environment, and movement of the patient during treatment It senses only, it was possible to reduce the problems due to patient movement.
Keywords
Vision System;Background Subtraction;Motion Monioring;Separating image;
Language
Korean
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