Greedy: Fast Deformable Registration for 2D and 3D Medical Images

Greedy is a tool for fast medical image registration. It was developed by Paul Yushkevich at the Penn Image Computing and Science Lab at the University of Pennsylvania. The motivation for developing greedy was to have a really fast CPU-based deformable image registration tool that could be used in applications where many images have to be registered in parallel - like multi-atlas image segmentation.

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This work is funded by the NIH/NIBIB under grants R01 EB-017255 and R01 EB-014146