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A particular problem in image registration arises for multimodal images taken from different imaging devices and/or modalities. Starting in 1995, mutual information has shown to be a very successful distance measure for multi-modal image registration. However, mutual information has also a number of well-known drawbacks. Its main disadvantage is that it is… (More)

- E Haber, U M Ascher
- 2000

The problem of recovering a parameter function based on measurements of solutions of a system of partial diierential equations in several space variables leads to a number of computational challenges. Upon discretization of a regularized formulation a large, sparse constrained optimization problem is obtained. Typically in the literature , the constraints… (More)

- E Haber, U M Ascher, D A Aruliah, D Oldenburg
- 1999

We consider solving three-dimensional electromagnetic problems in parameter regimes where the quasi-static approximation applies, the permeability is constant, the conductivity may vary signiicantly, and the range of frequencies is moderate. The diiculties encountered include handling solution discontinuities across interfaces and accelerating convergence… (More)

We investigate the use of a preconditioning technique for solving linear systems of saddle point type arising from the application of an inexact Gauss–Newton scheme to PDE-constrained optimization problems with a hyperbolic constraint. The preconditioner is of block triangular form and involves diagonal perturbations of the (approximate) Hessian to insure… (More)

We present a general formulation for solving frequency or time domain electromagnetic data using an all-at-once approach. In this 1 methodology the forward modelling equations are incorporated as constraints and thus we need to solve a constrained optimization problem where the parameters are the electromagnetic fields, the conductivity model and a set of… (More)

The goal of image registration is twofold. One goal is to enforce a certain similarity of two images by geometrically transforming one of the images. The second goal is to keep this transformation meaningful or regular. There is a large amount of approaches aiming for regularity. Most of those are based on certain regularization techniques, others use… (More)

We consider solving three-dimensional electromagnetic problems in parameter regimes where the quasi-static approximation applies and the permeability, permittivity, and conductivity may vary significantly. The difficulties encountered include handling solution discontinuities across interfaces and accelerating convergence of traditional iterative methods… (More)

In this paper, we present a new computationally efficient numerical scheme for the minimizing flow approach for optimal mass transport (OMT) with applications to non-rigid 3D image registration. The approach utilizes all of the gray-scale data in both images, and the optimal mapping from image A to image B is the inverse of the optimal mapping from B to A.… (More)

- Eldad Haber, E. Haber
- 2003

In this paper we consider optimal design problems that involve shape optimization. The goal is to determine the shape of a certain structure such that it is either as rigid or as soft as possible. To achieve this goal we combine two new ideas for an efficient solution of the problem. First, we replace the eigenvalue problem with an approximation by using… (More)