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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
As image registration becomes more and more central to many biomedical imaging applications, the efficiency of the algorithms becomes a key issue. Image registration is classically performed by optimizing a similarity criterion over a given spatial transformation space. Even if this problem is considered as almost solved for linear registration, we show in this paper that some tools that have recently been developed in the field of vision-based robot control can outperform classical solutions.doi:10.1007/978-3-540-73273-0_41 dblp:conf/ipmi/VercauterenPMPA07 fatcat:ixfhktgqivhkxoc5ywzcj6fzwy