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The submission propose a solution to register two meshes of spherical topology and geometry. In practice, this is the second part of a processing pipeline whose first part would be a spherical mapping of a mesh of arbitrary geometry but of spherical geometry (genus 0 ). The proposed solution is a rigid registration based on the scalars attached to the mesh.Hypothesis:
The mesh is of genus 0 and of spherical geometry.Open Science:
AUthors provide everything that is needed to reproduce their results in an Open Source fashion. Code is BSD.Reproducibility:
Code was downloaded and compiled against itk v4.0b. Appart from the difference between ITK 3.12 for which this code was developped and itk v4.0b and one file missing (that was found in another submission from the same authors) everything went smoothly.Use of Open Source Software:
The code is based on ITK and VTK, two open source, free toolkits. It also uses (optionally) freesurfer.Open source Contributions:
The code is made of itk classes and can be used directly.Code Quality :
ITK toolkit level.Quality of the data :
data is minimum to reproduce the results. More data would be available with freesurfer, but I did not have it installed.Interest:
I woudl say the main interest would be brain to brain mapping. A lot of groups are working on that nowadays in the NAMIC community which makes this a very interesting submission.Free comment :
A submission of great quality.
Unfortunatly/ fortunatly not the latest version. The code is still being actively developped on the NAMIC sandbox:
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|Keywords:||Mesh Registration, Registration, Mesh, QuadEdgeMesh|
|Toolkits:||ITK, CMake, VTK|
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