Brain MR Image Registration

Abstract

During acquisition of brain Magnetic Resonance images (MRI), spatial distortion may occur due to hardware imperfection of the scanning device, movement of patients, etc. which makes image registration an important area of research in medical imaging. In this paper, one reference image is used to align another scanned MR image accordingly. Here the global affine transformation is used for performing spatial transformations and calculating mutual information as a similarity metric. Mutual information obtained by calculating the joint entropy of the two images using their joint histogram. Images are then iteratively aligned until maximum mutual information achieved.

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@inproceedings{Joge2017BrainMI, title={Brain MR Image Registration}, author={Samiksha Joge and Yogita K. Dubey and Xiaoyun Liu and Fen Chen and Roger P. Woods and Nargis Aktar and Jahangir Alam and Mark R. Pickering and Vishvjit K. Thakar and Frederik Maes and Dirk Vandermeulen and C. Solomon and Toby P. Breckon and Josien P. W. Pluim and J. B. Antoine Maintz and Pramod K. Varshney}, year={2017} }