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Image processing for the study of brain structure and function: problems and programs.

Authors:
Andreasen NC, Cohen G, Harris G, Cizadlo T, Parkkinen J, Rezai K, Swayze VW
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The Journal of neuropsychiatry and clinical neurosciences

Abstract

Fundamental problems in the analysis of functional and structural imaging data include data transport, boundary identification (including manual tracing, edge detection, and tissue segmentation), volume estimation, three-dimensional reconstruction and display, surface and volume rendering, shape analysis, and image overlay. These problems require that research investigators have access to suitable methods of image analysis, implemented on a set of software programs, in order to conduct neuroimaging research. The authors describe a group of software programs designed to provide a comprehensive solution for these problems.

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