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Estimating the Joint Statistics of Images Using Nonparametric Windows with Application to Registration Using Mutual Information

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3 Author(s)
Dowson, N. ; Siemens Mol. Imaging, Oxford ; Kadir, T. ; Bowden, R.

Recently, the Non-Parametric (NP) Windows has been proposed to estimate the statistics of real 1D and 2D signals. NP Windows is accurate, because it is equivalent to sampling images at a high (infinite) resolution for an assumed interpolation model. This paper extends the proposed approach to consider joint distributions of image-pairs. Secondly, Green's Theorem is used to simplify the previous NP Windows algorithm. Finally, a resolution aware NP Windows algorithm is proposed, to improve robustness to relative scaling between an image-pair. Comparative testing of 2D image registration was performed using translation-only and affine transformations. Although more expensive than other methods, NP Windows frequently demonstrated superior performance for bias (distance between ground truth and global maximum) and frequency of convergence. Unlike other methods, the number of samples and histogram bin-size has little effect on NP Windows, and the prior selection of a kernel is not required.

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Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 10 )

Date of Publication:

Oct. 2008

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