This page will describe registration improvements made within Slicer3 to improve the usability and robustness of registration algorithms so they may be used in an interactive clinical setting.
- Kitware: Casey Goodlett with consultation from Will Schroeder and Stephen Aylward
- BWH: Ron Kikinis, Dominik Meier, Andriy Fedorov
- ITK Metrics used: MattesMutualInformation
- Optimizer: OnePlusOne Evolutionary Optimizer followed by FRPR in fletcher reeves mode
- Transform Types: Rigid transform VersorRigid3DTransform, Affine transform AffineTransform, B-spline transform BSplineDeformableTransform
A user should typically one of the Pipeline methods (PipelineRigid, PipelineAffine, PipelineBspline) as these will run Initalization -> Rigid -> Affine -> Bspline to the specified level. These are run in order to convergence or maximum # of iterations. Within each pipeline step there is a two stage optimization. First the evolution optmizer is run to stochastically chose a starting location for optimization. After this the FRPR optimizer is used.
Timeline of contributions
September 11, 2009
Merge two new modules that present a simplified view of RegisterImages into Slicer3 to show up in Modules Menu hierarchy Menu hierarchy screenshot
September 9, 2009
Sync default parameters between GUI and command line version of RegisterImages
August 21, 2009
August 18, 2009
- Link landmark initalization with fiducials framework in Slicer3
- Link transform save and load with TransformIO in Slicer3