Enhanced mutual information-based medical image registration using a hybrid optimisation technique

Enhanced mutual information-based medical image registration using a hybrid optimisation technique

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A medical image registration method is proposed. An enhanced mutual information is employed as the similarity measure. A hybrid optimisation technique based on Powell's method and cuckoo search is developed as the optimiser. Experimental results show the effectiveness of the proposed method.


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