A Flexible Meta-Learning Model for Image Registration

Frederic Kanter, Jan Lellmann

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We propose a trainable architecture for affine image registration to produce robust starting points for conventional image registration methods. Learning-based methods for image registration often require networks with many parameters and heavily engineered cost functions and thus are complex and computationally expensive. Despite their success in recent years, these methods often lack the accuracy of classical iterative image registration and struggle with large deformations. On the other hand, iterative methods depend on good initial estimates and tuned hyperparameters. We tackle this problem by combining effective shallow networks and classical optimization algorithms using strategies from the field of meta-learning. The architecture presented in this work incorporates only first-order gradient information of the given registration problems, making it highly flexible and particularly well-suited as an initialization step for classical image registration.
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Wednesday 6th July
Poster Session 1.2 - onsite 11:00 - 12:00, virtual 15:20 - 16:20 (UTC+2)
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