A multi-resolution scheme for distortion-minimizing mapping between human subcortical structures based on geodesic construction on Riemannian manifolds

@article{Cho2011AMS,
  title={A multi-resolution scheme for distortion-minimizing mapping between human subcortical structures based on geodesic construction on Riemannian manifolds},
  author={Young-Sang Cho and Joon-Kyung Seong and Sung Yong Shin and Yong Jeong and Jong Hun Kim and Anqi Qiu and Kiho Im and Jong-Min Lee and Duk L. Na},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2011},
  volume={57},
  pages={1376-1392}
}
In this paper, we deal with a subcortical surface registration problem. Subcortical structures including hippocampi and caudates have a small number of salient features such as heads and tails unlike cortical surfaces. Therefore, it is hard, if not impossible, to perform subcortical surface registration with only such features. It is also non-trivial for neuroanatomical experts to select landmarks consistently for subcortical surfaces of different subjects. We therefore present a landmark-free… CONTINUE READING
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