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Re: Bug#629344: ITP: plastimatch -- medical image reconstruction and registration



Hi Greg,

I would like to add a long description which should be given in an ITP
and which you can perfectly obtain from the Debian Med tasks page (which
is currently available only at the testing site[1])

On Sun, Jun 05, 2011 at 02:48:51PM -0400, Greg Sharp wrote:
> Package: wnpp
> Severity: wishlist
> Owner: Greg Sharp <gregsharp.geo@yahoo.com>
> 
> 
> * Package name    : plastimatch
>   Version         : 1.5
>   Upstream Author : Greg Sharp <gregsharp.geo@yahoo.com>
> * URL             : http://plastimatch.org/
> * License         : BSD-style
>   Programming Lang: C, C++
>   Description     : medical image reconstruction and registration

Description: high-performance volumetric registration of medical images
 Plastimatch is an open source software for deformable image
 registration. It is designed for high-performance volumetric
 registration of medical images, such as X-ray computed tomography (CT),
 magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and positron emission tomography
 (PET). Software features include:
  * B-spline method for deformable image registration (GPU and multicore accelerated)
  * Demons method for deformable image registration (GPU accelerated)
  * ITK-based algorithms for translation, rigid, affine, demons, and B-spline registration
  * Pipelined, multi-stage registration framework with seamless conversion between most algorithms and transform types
  * Landmark-based deformable registration using thin-plate splines for global registration
  * Landmark-based deformable registration using radial basis functions for local corrections
  * Broad support for 3D image file formats (using ITK), including DICOM, Nifti, NRRD, MetaImage, and Analyze
  * DICOM and DICOM-RT import and export
  * XiO import and export
  * Plugin to 3D Slicer


Feel free to enhance this description - I shamelessly copied it from
your own webpage.

Kind regards

      Andreas.


[1] http://debian-med.debian.net/tasks/imaging#plastimatch

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