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P. Hellier, C. Barillot. Coupling dense and landmark-based approaches for non-rigid registration. Research Report IRISA, No 1368, November 2000.

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In this paper, we investigate the introduction of cortical constraints for non rigid inter-subject brain registration. We extract sulcal patterns with the active ribbon method. An energy based registration method makes it possible to incorporate the matching of cortical sulci, and express in a unified framework the local sparse similarity and the global ``iconic'' similarity. We show the objective benefits of cortical constraints on a database of 18 subjects, with global and local measures of the registration's quality

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   Author = {Hellier, P. and Barillot, C.},
   Title = {Coupling dense and landmark-based approaches for non-rigid registration},
   Number = {1368},
   Institution = {IRISA},
   Month = {November},
   Year = {2000}

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