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Discontinuity Preserving Liver MR Registration with 3D Active Contour Motion Segmentation.

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Summary of "Discontinuity Preserving Liver MR Registration with 3D Active Contour Motion Segmentation."

The sliding motion of the liver during respiration violates the homogeneous motion smoothness assumption in conventional non-rigid image registration and commonly results in compromised registration accuracy. This paper presents a novel approach, registration with 3D active contour motion segmentation (RAMS), to improve registration accuracy with discontinuity-aware motion regularization.

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Name: IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering
ISSN: 1558-2531
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