yes, FAST is operating in 3D by default
On 3 Mar 2004, at 22:08, Terrence wrote:
> There is an option in the FAST segmentation tool which shows that
> segmentation can be done by 2D instead of 3D.
> Does that mean without checking that option, the program is based
> on real
> 3D, which means the prior obtained by K-means and the neighboring
> points are
> all in 3D.
> So in the statement of "if my neighbours are grey matter then I
> am too", the neighbours mean neighbours in 3D?
> Thanks if anyone can help explanation.
Christian F. Beckmann
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain,
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