# Bayesian Atlas Estimation from High Angular Resolution Diffusion Imaging (HARDI)

@inproceedings{Du2013BayesianAE, title={Bayesian Atlas Estimation from High Angular Resolution Diffusion Imaging (HARDI)}, author={Jia Du and Alvina Goh and Anqi Qiu}, booktitle={GSI}, year={2013} }

We present a Bayesian probabilistic model to estimate the atlas of the brain white matter characterized by orientation distribution functions (ODFs) derived from HARDI. We employ the framework of large deformation diffeomorphic metric mapping and assume that the HARDI atlas is generated from a known hyperatlas through a flow of diffeomorphisms. We represent the shape prior of the HARDI atlas and the diffeomorphic transformation of individual observations relative to the atlas using centered…

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