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Fig. 2. From: Statistical analysis of relative pose information of subcortical nuclei: Application on ADNI data.

Illustration of the mean pose (and mean shape) of the subcortical nuclei analyzed.

Matias Bossa, et al. Neuroimage. ;55(3):999-1008.
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Fig. 3. From: Statistical analysis of relative pose information of subcortical nuclei: Application on ADNI data.

Illustration of the mean pose of subcortical nuclei for each patient group.

Matias Bossa, et al. Neuroimage. ;55(3):999-1008.
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Fig. 1. From: Statistical analysis of relative pose information of subcortical nuclei: Application on ADNI data.

Example of a square object following a trajectory given by: Sim(3) one-parame ter subgroup (top-left); Sim(3) left-invariant geodesic (top-right); centered transformations with center c in the center of the object (bottom-left); and centered transformations with center c at the top-right corner (bottom-right). In bottom panels, the center c is indicated with a dot. A straight dashed-line connecting the top-right corner of the object from initial to end pose is shown for comparison purposes.

Matias Bossa, et al. Neuroimage. ;55(3):999-1008.

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