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Title: Construction and validation of mean shape atlas templates for atlas-based brain image segmentation
Authors: Wang, Qian ×
Seghers, Dieter
D'Agostino, Emiliano
Maes, Frederik
Vandermeulen, Dirk
Suetens, Paul
Hammers, A #
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Springer
Series Title: Lecture Notes in Computer Science vol:3565 pages:689-700
Conference: Information processing in medical imaging - IPMI 2005 location:Glenwood Springs, CO, USA date:11-15 July 2005
Abstract: In this paper, we evaluate different schemes for constructing a mean shape anatomical atlas for atlas-based segmentation of MR brain images. Each atlas is constructed and validated using a database of 20 images for which detailed manual delineations of 49 different subcortical structures are available. Atlas construction and atlas based segmentation are performed by non-rigid intensity-based registration using a viscous fluid deformation model with parameters that were optimally tuned for this particular task. The segmentation performance of each atlas scheme is evaluated on the same database using a leave-one-out approach and measured by the volume overlap of corresponding regions in the ground-truth manual segmentation and the warped atlas label image.
Description: Wang Q., Seghers D., D’Agostino E., Maes F., Vandermeulen D., Suetens P., Hammers A., ''Construction and validation of mean shape atlas templates for atlas-based brain image segmentation'', Lecture notes in computer science, vol. 3565, pp. 689-700, 2005 (Proceedings information processing in medical imaging - IPMI 2005, July 11-15, 2005, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, USA).
ISSN: 0302-9743
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
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