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Old 04-28-2010, 05:23 PM
Yaroslav Halchenko
 
Default Bug#579569: ITP: ants -- advanced normalization tools for brain and image mapping

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Owner: Yaroslav Halchenko <debian@onerussian.com>
Owner: Yaroslav Halchenko <debian@onerussian.com>


* Package name : ants
Version : 1.9
Upstream Author : ANTS Team <ants@picsl.upenn.edu>
* URL : http://www.picsl.upenn.edu/ANTS/
* License : BSD
Programming Lang: C++
Description : advanced normalization tools for brain and image mapping

The ANTS package is designed to enable researchers with advanced tools for
brain and image mapping. Many of the ANTS registration tools are
diffeomorphic, but deformation (elastic and BSpline) transformations are
available. Unique components of ANTS include multivariate similarity metrics,
landmark guidance, the ability to use label images to guide the mapping and
both greedy and space-time optimal implementations of diffeomorphisms. The
symmetric normalization (SyN) strategy is a part of the ANTS toolkit as is
directly manipulated free form deformation (DMFFD).



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Old 05-02-2010, 08:52 PM
Frank Lin PIAT
 
Default Bug#579569: ITP: ants -- advanced normalization tools for brain and image mapping

On Wed, 2010-04-28 at 13:23 -0400, Yaroslav Halchenko wrote:
>
> * Package name : ants
> Description : advanced normalization tools for brain and image mapping
>
> The ANTS package is designed to enable researchers with advanced tools for
> brain and image mapping.
^^
This paragraph could be written in a way to clarify that this tool
analyses brain images (i.e it has nothing to do with organizing
mind/ideas)

> Many of the ANTS registration tools are
> diffeomorphic, but deformation (elastic and BSpline) transformations are
> available. Unique components of ANTS include multivariate similarity metrics,
> landmark guidance, the ability to use label images to guide the mapping and
> both greedy and space-time optimal implementations of diffeomorphisms. The
> symmetric normalization (SyN) strategy is a part of the ANTS toolkit as is
> directly manipulated free form deformation (DMFFD).

Thanks,

Franklin


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Old 05-09-2010, 04:36 PM
Yaroslav Halchenko
 
Default Bug#579569: ITP: ants -- advanced normalization tools for brain and image mapping

Thanks Frank!

On Sun, 02 May 2010, Frank Lin PIAT wrote:
> > Description : advanced normalization tools for brain and image mapping
> > The ANTS package is designed to enable researchers with advanced tools for
> > brain and image mapping.
> This paragraph could be written in a way to clarify that this tool
> analyses brain images (i.e it has nothing to do with organizing
> mind/ideas)
it never used 'mind' in the description but lets indeed make it more
descriptive/less confusing:

Description: advanced normalization tools for brain and image analysis
Advanced Normalization Tools (ANTS) is an ITK-based suite of
normalization, segmentation and template-building tools for quantitative
morphometric analysis.

better?

> > Many of the ANTS registration tools are
> > diffeomorphic, but deformation (elastic and BSpline) transformations are
> > available. Unique components of ANTS include multivariate similarity metrics,
> > landmark guidance, the ability to use label images to guide the mapping and
> > both greedy and space-time optimal implementations of diffeomorphisms. The
> > symmetric normalization (SyN) strategy is a part of the ANTS toolkit as is
> > directly manipulated free form deformation (DMFFD).

> Thanks,

> Franklin



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Old 05-09-2010, 08:36 PM
Frank Lin PIAT
 
Default Bug#579569: ITP: ants -- advanced normalization tools for brain and image mapping

On Sun, 2010-05-09 at 12:36 -0400, Yaroslav Halchenko wrote:
> Thanks Frank!
>
> On Sun, 02 May 2010, Frank Lin PIAT wrote:
> > > Description : advanced normalization tools for brain and image mapping
> > > The ANTS package is designed to enable researchers with advanced tools for
> > > brain and image mapping.
> > This paragraph could be written in a way to clarify that this tool
> > analyses brain images (i.e it has nothing to do with organizing
> > mind/ideas)
> it never used 'mind' in the description but lets indeed make it more
> descriptive/less confusing:

thanks

> Description: advanced normalization tools for brain and image analysis
> Advanced Normalization Tools (ANTS) is an ITK-based suite of
> normalization, segmentation and template-building tools for quantitative
> morphometric analysis.
>
> better?

The concept of "brain and image mapping" seems to be gone, I don't know
how important it is.

At the risk of being picky... ITK is quite technical. GUI might be more
explicit.

Thanks,

Franklin


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Old 05-09-2010, 10:53 PM
Yaroslav Halchenko
 
Default Bug#579569: ITP: ants -- advanced normalization tools for brain and image mapping

On Sun, 09 May 2010, Frank Lin PIAT wrote:
> The concept of "brain and image mapping" seems to be gone, I don't know
> how important it is.
imho it is ok if it made it cleaner

> At the risk of being picky... ITK is quite technical. GUI might be more
> explicit.
Who said it is a GUI? ;-)
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Old 05-10-2010, 04:41 AM
Christian PERRIER
 
Default Bug#579569: ITP: ants -- advanced normalization tools for brain and image mapping

Quoting Yaroslav Halchenko (debian@onerussian.com):

> Description: advanced normalization tools for brain and image analysis
> Advanced Normalization Tools (ANTS) is an ITK-based suite of
> normalization, segmentation and template-building tools for quantitative
> morphometric analysis.
>
> better?


I'm not sure that "advance normalization tools" brings that much in
the synopsis but eating space that could better be used for something
more precise wrt the real use of the software.

The long description makes it clear what "ANTS" means, which is
enough.

Dropping the acronym expansion from the synopsis would help bringing
more important word there, such as "morphometric".....
 

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