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Decomposition of an alignment problem of two 3D images by a multi-agent approach
 

Summary: Decomposition of an alignment problem of two 3D
images by a multi-agent approach
Mohamed Amine Jallouli Ezzeddine Zagrouba Narjes Doggaz Mongi Abidi
URSIIVA, ISI URSIIVA, ISI URSIIVA, FST IRIS
med.amine.jallouli@topnet.tn ezzeddine.zagrouba@fsm.rnu.tn narjes.doggaz@fst.rnu.tn abidi@utk.edu
Abstract
In this work, we present an iterative technique for 3D im-
ages alignment based on multi-agent approach. This tech-
nique tries to reduce the dependency to the initial trans-
formation from which suers most of the traditional it-
erative methods. In deed, they require a good estimate
of the transformation to guaranty the convergence to the
correct solution. The proposed multi-agent approach con-
siders the alignment problem of two 3D images not as a
single problem, but as a set of alignment problems of the
image regions. Then, a preliminary step of segmentation,
followed by a region matching, is needed. The best so-
lution is obtained by confrontation of the solutions given
by each couple of homologous regions. This confrontation
consists in applying two consecutive voting schemas. The

  

Source: Abidi, Mongi A. - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Tennessee

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences