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Magee, Derek; Tanner, Steven; Waller, Michael; McGonagle, Dennis; Jeavons, Alan (2005)
Publisher: Springer
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects:
A method for the non-rigid, multi-modal, registration of volumetric scans of human hands is presented. PET and MR scans are aligned by optimising the configuration of a tube based model using a set of Bayesian networks. Efficient optimisation is performed by posing the problem as a\ud multi-scale, local, discrete (quantised) search, and using dynamic programming. The method is to be used within a project to study the use of high-resolution HIDAC PET imagery in investigating bone growth and erosion in arthritis.\ud
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