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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
High performance computing has become a key step to introduce computer tools, like real-time registration, in the medical field. To achieve real-time processing, one usually simplifies and adapts algorithms so that they become application and data specific. This involves designing and programming work for each application, and reduces the generality and robustness of the method. Our goal in this paper is to show that a general registration algorithm can be parallelized on an inexpensive anddoi:10.1007/3-540-45787-9_18 fatcat:icklstozkng6fkfkxc3rmzddim