Building dynamic population graph for accurate correspondence detection

@article{Du2015BuildingDP,
  title={Building dynamic population graph for accurate correspondence detection},
  author={Shaoyi Du and Yanrong Guo and Gerard Sanroma and Dong Ni and Guorong Wu and Dinggang Shen},
  journal={Medical image analysis},
  year={2015},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={
          256-67
        }
}
In medical imaging studies, there is an increasing trend for discovering the intrinsic anatomical difference across individual subjects in a dataset, such as hand images for skeletal bone age estimation. Pair-wise matching is often used to detect correspondences between each individual subject and a pre-selected model image with manually-placed landmarks. However, the large anatomical variability across individual subjects can easily compromise such pair-wise matching step. In this paper, we… CONTINUE READING

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