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A comparison of six similarity measures for use in intensity-based two-dimensional-three-dimensional (2-D-3-D) image registration is presented. The accuracy of the similarity measures are compared to a "gold-standard" registration which has been accurately calculated using fiducial markers. The similarity measures are used to register a computed tomography(More)
In image-guided surgery it is necessary to align preoperative image data with the patient. The rigid-body approximation is usually applied, but is often not valid due to tissue deformation. Non-rigid deformation algorithms have been applied to related, but not identical problems, such as atlas matching and surgery simulation. In image-guided surgery we have(More)
We have used a twelve degrees of freedom global affine registration technique incorporating a multiresolution optimisation of mutual information to register MR and CT images with uncertain voxel dimensions and CT gantry tilt. Visual assessment indicates improved accuracy, without loss of robustness compared to rigid body registration.
Multiple sources of 3D medical image data can be used to construct detailed patient representations. Typically registration is achieved assuming the validity of rigid body transformation. In many applications, and in particular when updating representations used for guidance during surgery and therapeutic interventions, this assumption is inappropriate. In(More)
We analyze the effect of doping on photoelectron kinetics in quantum dot [QD] structures and find two strong effects of the built-in-dot charge. First, the built-in-dot charge enhances the infrared [IR] transitions in QD structures. This effect significantly increases electron coupling to IR radiation and improves harvesting of the IR power in QD solar(More)
At present, there is a consensus that various Stress Driven Rearrangement Instabilities (SDRI) are the implications of the mathematically rigorous theoretical Gibbs thermodynamics. Many applied researchers and practitioners believe that SDRI are also universal physical phenomena occurring over a large range of length scales and applied topics. There is a(More)
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