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SOFTWARE LICENCE AGREEMENT
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The Image Registration Toolkit is a comprehensive library of tools for medical image registration. It implements a variety of algorithms for 2D and 3D image registration including rigid, affine and non-rigid registration. The software also includes tools for transforming and resampling images using a variety of geometric transformations and interpolation methods. Tools for manipulating transformations are also included.
The rigid and affine registration algorithms are based on the method proposed by Colin Studholme in
The non-rigid registration algorithm is based on the methods proposed by Daniel Rueckert and Julia Schnabel in
The software has been written by Daniel Rueckert
The files distributed under this licence are:
If you use the software you should add the following acknowledgement: The Image Registration Toolkit was used under Licence from Ixico Ltd. Additionally, if you use the non-rigid registration software provided you should reference the following papers in any publication:
If you use the rigid or affine registration components provided by the software you should reference the following paper in any publication: