Fiber Bundle Estimation and Parameterization
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CitationNiethammer, Marc, Sylvain Bouix, Carl-Fredrik Westin, and Martha E. Shenton. 2006. “Fiber Bundle Estimation and Parameterization.” Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 252–259. doi:10.1007/11866763_31.
AbstractIndividual white matter fibers cannot be resolved by current magnetic resonance (MR) technology. Many fibers of a fiber bundle will pass through an individual volume element (voxel). Individual visualized fiber tracts are thus the result of interpolation on a relatively coarse voxel grid, and an infinite number of them may be generated in a given volume by interpolation. This paper aims at creating a level set representation of a fiber bundle to describe this apparent continuum of fibers. It further introduces a coordinate system warped to the fiber bundle geometry, allowing for the definition of geometrically meaningful fiber bundle measures.
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