UCL Camino Diffusion MRI Toolkit. Camino is an open-source software toolkit for diffusion MRI processing. The toolkit implements standard techniques, such as diffusion tensor fitting, mapping fractional anisotropy and mean diffusivity, deterministic and probabilistic tractography. It also contains more specialized and cutting-edge techniques, such as Monte-Carlo diffusion simulation, multi-fibre and HARDI reconstruction techniques, multi-fibre PICo, compartment models, and axon density and diameter estimation.
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- Bačák, Miroslav; Bergmann, Ronny; Steidl, Gabriele; Weinmann, Andreas: A second order nonsmooth variational model for restoring manifold-valued images (2016)
- Bergmann, Ronny; Persch, Johannes; Steidl, Gabriele: A parallel Douglas-Rachford algorithm for minimizing ROF-like functionals on images with values in symmetric Hadamard manifolds (2016)
- Kim, Hyunwoo J.; Adluru, Nagesh; Bendlin, Barbara B.; Johnson, Sterling C.; Vemuri, Baba C.; Singh, Vikas: Canonical correlation analysis on SPD$(n)$ manifolds (2016)
- Weinmann, Andreas; Demaret, Laurent; Storath, Martin: Mumford-Shah and Potts regularization for manifold-valued data (2016)