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We present a method that maps a complex surface geometry to an equally complicated, similar surface. One main objective of our effort is to develop technology for automatically transferring surface annotations from an atlas brain to a subject brain. While macroscopic regions of brain surfaces often correspond, the detailed surface geometry of corresponding areas can vary greatly. We have developed a method that simplifies a subject brain's surface forming an abstract yet spatially descriptivedoi:10.1117/12.644541 dblp:conf/vda/VivodtzevWLJAHJ06 fatcat:nsag23zbg5h4dfxl4fsu7grtza