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Diffeomorphic Image Registration with An Optimal Control Relaxation and Its Implementation

@article{Zhang2021DiffeomorphicIR,
  title={Diffeomorphic Image Registration with An Optimal Control Relaxation and Its Implementation},
  author={Jianping Zhang and Yanyan Li},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.06686}
}
Image registration has played an important role in image processing problems, especially in medical imaging applications. It is well known that when the deformation is large, many variational models cannot ensure diffeomorphism. In this paper, we propose a new registration model based on an optimal control relaxation constraint for large deformation images, which can theoretically guarantee that the registration mapping is diffeomorphic. We present an analysis of optimal control relaxation for… 

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