Global spatial normalization of human brain using convex hulls.

@article{Lancaster1999GlobalSN,
  title={Global spatial normalization of human brain using convex hulls.},
  author={Jack L. Lancaster and Peter T. Fox and Heather Downs and Duncan Nickerson and T A Hander and M El Mallah and Peter V. Kochunov and Frank E Zamarripa},
  journal={Journal of nuclear medicine : official publication, Society of Nuclear Medicine},
  year={1999},
  volume={40 6},
  pages={942-55}
}
UNLABELLED Global spatial normalization transforms a brain image so that its principal global spatial features (position, orientation and dimensions) match those of a standard or atlas brain, supporting consistent analysis and referencing of brain locations. The convex hull (CH), derived from the brain's surface, was selected as the basis for automating and standardizing global spatial normalization. The accuracy and precision of CH global spatial normalization of PET and MR brain images were… CONTINUE READING