Graeme P. Penney integrates Computer vision and Image registration in his research. Graeme P. Penney connects Image registration with Computer vision in his study. He combines Medical imaging and Medical physics in his research. Graeme P. Penney performs multidisciplinary studies into Medical physics and Medical imaging in his work. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Similarity (geometry) and Image (mathematics). Graeme P. Penney regularly links together related areas like Image (mathematics) in his Similarity (geometry) studies. Statistics and Gold standard (test) are commonly linked in his work. As part of his studies on Gold standard (test), he often connects relevant subjects like Radiology. His research on Radiology often connects related areas such as Fiducial marker.
His study on Programming language is interrelated to topics such as Pipeline (software) and Process (computing). Process (computing) is often connected to Programming language in his work. His research brings together the fields of Interpolation (computer graphics) and Artificial intelligence. As part of his studies on Image (mathematics), he frequently links adjacent subjects like Noise (video). His study in Image (mathematics) extends to Noise (video) with its themes. The study of Computer vision is intertwined with the study of Segmentation in a number of ways. His Segmentation study frequently involves adjacent topics like Computer vision. His study deals with a combination of Image registration and Magnetic resonance imaging. He merges Magnetic resonance imaging with Image registration in his study.
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A comparison of similarity measures for use in 2-D-3-D medical image registration
G.P. Penney;J. Weese;J.A. Little;P. Desmedt.
IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging (1998)
A Generic Framework for Non-rigid Registration Based on Non-uniform Multi-level Free-Form Deformations
Julia A. Schnabel;Daniel Rueckert;Marcel Quist;Jane M. Blackall.
medical image computing and computer assisted intervention (2001)
Registration of freehand 3D ultrasound and magnetic resonance liver images.
Graeme P. Penney;Jane M. Blackall;M. S. Hamady;T. Sabharwal.
Medical Image Analysis (2004)
Standardized evaluation methodology for 2-D-3-D registration
E.B. van de Kraats;G.P. Penney;D. Tomazevic;T. van Walsum.
IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging (2005)
Voxel-based 2-D/3-D registration of fluoroscopy images and CT scans for image-guided surgery
J. Weese;G.P. Penney;P. Desmedt;T.M. Buzug.
international conference of the ieee engineering in medicine and biology society (1997)
Intensity-based 2-D - 3-D registration of cerebral angiograms
J.H. Hipwell;G.P. Penney;R.A. McLaughlin;K. Rhode.
IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging (2003)
Touchless interaction in surgery
Kenton O'Hara;Gerardo Gonzalez;Abigail Sellen;Graeme Penney.
Instantiation and registration of statistical shape models of the femur and pelvis using 3D ultrasound imaging.
Dean C. Barratt;Carolyn S.K. Chan;Carolyn S.K. Chan;Philip J. Edwards;Philip J. Edwards;Graeme P. Penney;Graeme P. Penney.
Medical Image Analysis (2008)
Validation of a two- to three-dimensional registration algorithm for aligning preoperative CT images and intraoperative fluoroscopy images.
Graeme P. Penney;Philipp G. Batchelor;Derek L. G. Hill;David J. Hawkes.
Medical Physics (2001)
G.P. Penney;J.A. Schnabel;D. Rueckert;M.A. Viergever.
IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging (2004)
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