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This is the 2013.06 release of the MITK release cycle. The complete list of new features, bug fixes and known issues is down on this page.


What's included?

There are binary installers for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux which contain the application MITK Workbench. Additional to image loading/saving and level windowing currently the following plugins are included:

  • volume visualization
  • measurement
  • interactive segmentation with
    • 3D Regiongrower
    • Boolean Operation on segmentations
    • Deformable Clippingplane
  • Logging view
  • experimental DICOM Query/Retrieve (based on components from the Common Toolkit CTK)

Please note that the installers do not contain the source code or header files for the precompiled libraries. To develop applications or plugins with MITK please get the source code.


How to get it?

Please have a look at the download page.


Highlights of 2013.06 release

  • General:
    • This release of MITK now fully supports ITK4! Support for ITK3 is discontinued. For hints how to move your ITK related code to this MITK release, have a look at the MITK ITK4 migration guide.
  • Core library:
    • Due to the move to ITK4, the mitk::PixelType header has been modified and mitk::BaseProcess was deprecated.
  • Rendering:
    • The mapper architecture has further been redesigned, see Refactoring of Mapper Architecture
    • The mitk::PointSetGLMapper2D was declared deprecated and replaced by mitk::PointSetVtkMapper2D offering various new glyph types to render point sets in 2D. E.g. arrow, vertex, triangle, etc. See mitk::PointSetShapeProperty for all types. See bug 14776.
  • Documentation:
    • The documentation has been further extended and re-structured, see bug 15358.
  • Segmentation:
    • Manual LiveWire segmentation tool
    • Improved usability and selection behaviour
  • MITK Diffusion:
    • There will be a new MITK Diffusion release based on MITK 2013.06 soon
  • Measurement:
    • The properties like color and opacity can know be changed for planar figures


Bugfixes

In the 3 months since the last release nearly 140 bugs were fixed.

Not everything could be fixed in time, so here are the most important known issues


New feature list

Complete list of new features since MITK 2013.06

15233 Document Documentation on How to create a module
15039 Renderin Move LocalStorageHandler in its own class
15024 ExtApp P Change dt spin box behavior to show actual dt instead of 0.0
14987 IGT Add methods to FiducialRegistrationWidget that allows change of point set labels
14921 ToF Property for images of ToF devices
14915 Core Provide possibility to load configs description directly from iostream
14887 ExtApp P Use property filters for simulation related data nodes
14628 Modules SOFA Simulation Templates
14624 ExtApp P Ultrasound Plugin: Clean up and add new features
14572 Renderin Test for Transferfunction
14541 Document Extend MITK User Manual Portal page
14465 Modules move PropertyList Xml IO to open source MitkExt
14355 Core Provide support for embedding resources in MITK modules
13923 ToF Implement a way to display the kinect RGB texture on a surface
13664 Core Redesign of Interaction-Statemachine
13206 Other Create possibility to create binary segmentation from a set of PlanarFigures
13139 ExtApp P Property tree view
12832 Segmenta Segmentation View User Interface Improvements
12812 Other Testing the 2012-06 release workflow and usability
12704 Segmenta Implement new ContourModel for Segmentation
12703 Segmenta Implement a 2D Livewire tool
12103 Segmenta Loading grey value image and segmentation separately leads to weird behavior
10925 Other Make MITK compatible with ITK 4.0
9551 Modules Add statistics calculator for point set comparison
8150 Renderin VtkMapper2D/3D architecture refactoring
15141 Segmenta Integrate Image- and Surface Masking in SegmentationUtilities
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