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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Deformable image registration is an important step in medical image analysis. It enables an automatic labelling of anatomical structures using atlas-based segmentation, motion compensation and multimodal fusion. The use of discrete optimisation approaches has recently attracted a lot attention for mainly two reasons. First, they are able to find an approximate global optimum of the registration cost function and can avoid false local optima. Second, they do not require a derivative of thedoi:10.1007/978-3-319-08554-8_6 fatcat:juxmwzrg7jgizllozelhdrgsru