Virtual Plant @ Inria
|Measured variables||3D-reconstruction, network structure|
|Operating system||mac, windows, linux|
|Other information||Work within the OpenAlea pipeline|
DRACO-STEM: An Automatic Tool to Generate High-Quality 3D Meshes of Shoot Apical Meristem Tissue at Cell ResolutionGuillaume Cerutti, Olivier Ali, Christophe GodinFrontiers in Plant Science, 2017 View paper
DRACO-STEM is a two-stage computational pipeline that generates a complete 3D triangular mesh of the tissue volume based on a segmented tissue image stack. DRACO (Dual Reconstruction by Adjacency Complex Optimization) is designed to retrieve the underlying 3D topological structure of the tissue and compute its dual geometry, while STEM (SAM Tissue Enhanced Mesh) returns a faithful triangular mesh optimized along several quality criteria (intrinsic quality, tissue reconstruction, visual adequacy). Quantitative evaluation tools measuring the performance of the method along those different dimensions are also provided. The resulting meshes can be used as input and validation for biomechanical simulations.