Visual Echo Registration of Magnetic Resonance Images

Esfandiar Bandari, Q. S. Xiang and James Little

Our interest in MRI originated from the computational and performance improvements that we made to the traditional differential and power cepstrum techniques. These improvements are particularly pronounced when one utilizes both the real and the imaginar~ parts of MR images and are mathematically proven to have a better signal to noise ratios than their predecessors. We have also utilized cepstrum successfully for motion, binocular stereo, trinocular stereo, multi-frame analysis, boundary symmetry detection and stationary texture segmentation.

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