Automated Image Registration

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A tool for automated registration of 3D and 2D images within and across subjects and across imaging modalities. The AIR library can easily incorporate automated image registration into site specific programs adapted to your particular needs.

 

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Features

  • The alignlinear program includes 2D and 3D variants of all linear spatial transformation models and supports within-modality, across-modality and linear intersubject registration.
  • The alignment program, align_warp, includes 2D and 3D variants of nonlinear polynomial spatial transformation models ranging from first (linear) to twelfth order.
  • The alignment program, align_warp, includes 2D and 3D variants of nonlinear polynomial spatial transformation models ranging from first (linear) to twelfth order.
  • The program manualreslice can be used to specify values for roll, pitch, yaw, x_shift, y_shift, and z_shift, x-axis_scaling, y-axis_scaling and z-axis_scaling.

 


Automated Image Registration Support

 

Download Details

Version: 5.2.5
Release Date:  2008-07-16
Developer(s): Roger P. Woods
License: LONI Software License
File Size: 33 Kb
 
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Memory: 16+ Mb
Reference(s)
Woods RP, Grafton ST, Watson JDG, Sicotte NL, Mazziotta JC. Automated image registration: II. Intersubject validation of linear and nonlinear models. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography 1998;22:153-165.
 
Woods RP, Grafton ST, Holmes CJ, Cherry SR, Mazziotta JC. Automated image registration: I. General methods and intrasubject, intramodality validation. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography 1998;22:139-152.
 
Woods RP, Mazziotta JC, Cherry SR. MRI-PET registration with automated algorithm. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography 1993;17:536-546.
 
Woods RP, Cherry SR, Mazziotta JC. Rapid automated algorithm for aligning and reslicing PET images. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography 1992;16:620-633.
 
Acknowledgement(s)
This work was supported by:
NIH-NCRR 9P41EB015922-15 and 2-P41-RR-013642-15
NIH-NINDS P01-NS15654
NIH-NINDS 1 K08 NS01646
NIH-NIMH R01-MH37916
DOE DE-FC03-87ER 60615
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