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Dynamic programming algorithms are presented for automated generation of length minimizing geodesics and curves of extremal curvature on the neocortex of the macaque and the Visible Human. Probabilistic models of curve variation are constructed in terms of the variability in speed, curvature and torsion in the Frenet representation. We would like to thank(More)
This paper reviews recent developments by the Washington/Brown groups for the study of anatomical shape in the emerging new discipline of computational anatomy. Parametric representations of anatomical variation for computational anatomy are reviewed, restricted to the assumption of small deformations. The generation of covariance operators for(More)
This paper describes methods for diffeomorphic matching of curves on brain surfaces. Distances between curves are defined by Frenet representation via speed, curvature, and torsion. The curvematching algorithm is based on bipartite graph matching, with weights defined by the Frenet distance over diffeomorphic maps of one curve onto the other (Sedgewick(More)
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