Plastimatch > Warping with transform
Module Type & Category
Authors, Collaborators & Contact
- Authors: See AUTHORS.TXT contained within the package
- Contact: Greg Sharp, Department of Radiation Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Web page: http://plastimatch.org
This is the module for warping image volumes with transforms. It allows you to select B-spline deformable registration transform (B-spline coefficients) or vector field directrly from MRML tree or from file and use it to warp images, structure sets and doses.
Quick Tour of Features and Use
Notes from the Developer(s)
Developer-oriented documentation is found on the plastimatch web site: http://plastimatch.org
This module has no dependencies.
Plastimatch features approximately 100 test cases.
Please report usability issues to the bug tracker.
Source code & documentation
We recommended to download the latest source code from subversion:
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 DicomRT import and export
- XiO import and export
- Plugins for 3D Slicer
Plastimatch also features two handy utilities which are not directly related to image registration:
- FDK cone-beam CT reconstruction (GPU and multicore accelerated)
- Digitally reconstructed radiograph (DRR) generation (GPU and multicore accelerated)
National Institutes of Health
NIH / NCI 6-PO1 CA 21239
Federal share of program income earned by MGH on C06CA059267
Progetto Rocca Foundation
A collaboration between MIT and Politecnico di Milano
- G Sharp et al. "Plastimatch - An open source software suite for radiotherapy image processing," Proceedings of the XVIth International Conference on the use of Computers in Radiotherapy, May, 2010.