Skull stripping of MRI brain images using mathematical morphology
Skull stripping is a major phase in MRI brain imaging applications and it refers to the removal of its non-cerebral tissues. The main problem in skull-stripping is the segmentation of the non-cerebral and the intracranial tissues due to their homogeneity intensities. As morphology requires prior bin...
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