Engineering:TCON 02 02 2006
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Every Week: Review the NA-MIC To Do List
- Schedule question: can we plan a Slicer 3.0 Alpha meeting for Friday March 31?
- Slicer 3.0 Updated Plan (Mike Halle) Slicer 3.0 Some preliminary discussion points - carried over from last week.
Attendees: Dan, Tina, Bill, Mike, Jags, Brendan, Wendy, Nicole, John, Xiaodong, Jim, Steve, Raul, Ipek, Dennis, Martin, Ron, Sonia, Luis
- Tina: preliminary date for next programming week July 10 at MIT.
- SLC programming week update:
- Luis (project 1): In progress. Code in SandBox.
- John (project 2): completed programming smoothing filter, but not quite affine invariant. Numerics is more complicated than it is expected.
- John (project 3): developed a simple Slicer style GUI, Bayesian segmentation is completed and incorporated in slicer.
- Nicole (project 6.2): Updated with new Slicer password request page, and new slicer bug tracker.
- Mike (project 6.4): space manager using MRML. python prototype works well. is testing the prototype.
- Wendy (project 6.5): Wendy had some good experience with KWWidgets, worked on new GUI for Slicer.
- Brendan/Dan (project 6.7): Grid integration, slicer/pipeline/grid
- Xiaodong (project 7): Updated on angular smoothing interpolation of DW images. Now working on DWI image registration.
- Ipek (project 10): Ipek's visualization tools using KWWidgets. Ipek has some good experience with KWWidgets.
- Raul (project 12): Updated the framework for commandline interface for ITK, which simplifies the process to develop plugins.
- Jags (Project 14): shape analysis + loni pipeline work now. will update when results are available
- Dennis (project 15): fulfilled programming week goal. Completed BSpline deformable registration of EPI and T1 and got satisfactory results. Good example of collaboration with people external to NA-MIC (Vince gave some advises that were important to make things work).
- Sonia (project 16): Update Time-Series Navigation for fMRI analysis. Working on a tutorial.
- Bill (conversation with Ross): find a few hit applications that can be put into Slicer quickly and be used in DBPs. For example, Dave Tuch's brain connectivity, Q-Ball, and UNC's spherical harmonics.
- Tina: next year's AHM in the week of Jan. 8.