Publications of L. Freire

Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. L. Freire, A. Roche, and J.-F. Mangin. What is the best similarity measure for motion correction in fMRI time series?. IEEE Trans. Med. Imag., 21(5):470-484, May 2002. Keyword(s): Registration. [bibtex-entry]

  2. L. Freire and J.-F. Mangin. Motion correction algorithms may create spurious brain activations in the absence of subject motion. Neuroimage, 14(3):709-722, 2001. Keyword(s): Registration. [bibtex-entry]

Conference articles

  1. L. Freire, J. Orchard, M. Jenkinson, and J.-F. Mangin. Reducing activation-related bias in fMRI registration. In 2nd International Conference on Medical Imaging and Augmented Reality, LNCS 3150, Beijing, China, 2004. [bibtex-entry]

  2. L. Freire and J.-F. Mangin. Two Stage Alignment of fMRI Time Series Using the Experiment Profile to Discard Activation-Related Bias. In Proc. 5th MICCAI, LNCS 2488 (Part II), Tokyo, Japan, pages 663-670, 2002. Springer Verlag. Keyword(s): Registration, LongConfPaper. [bibtex-entry]

  3. L. Freire and J.-F. Mangin. Motion Correction Algorithms of the Brain Mapping Community Create Spurious Functional Activations. In Proc. 17th IPMI, LNCS-2082, Davis, CA, pages 246-258, 2001. Springer Verlag. Keyword(s): Registration, LongConfPaper. [bibtex-entry]

  4. L. Freire and J.-F. Mangin. Evaluation of PET image registration by maximization of mutual information in the presence of outliers. In European Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 26(9), Barcelona, Spain, pages PS498, 1999. [bibtex-entry]



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