Laboratory of Neuro Imaging BSD License, GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), GNU General Public License (GPL) Yes UCLA NITRC Robust Brain Extraction (ROBEX) Yes ROBEX is an automatic whole-brain extraction tool for T1-weighted MRI data (commonly known as skull stripping). Whole-brain segmentation is often the first component in neuroimage pipelines and therefore, its robustness is critical for the overall performance of the system. Many methods have been proposed in the literature, but they often: - work well on certain datasets but fail on others. - require case-specific parameter tuning ROBEX aims for robust skull-stripping across datasets with no parameter settings. It fits a triangular mesh, constrained by a shape model, to the probabilistic output of a supervised brain boundary classifier. Because the shape model cannot perfectly accommodate unseen cases, a small free deformation is subsequently allowed. The deformation is optimized using graph cuts. The method ROBEX is based on was published in IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging; please visit my website to download the paper. 2013-11-14 ROBEX 1.2, source (all platforms) 2013-11-14 ROBEX 1.2, linux 64 bits 2013-11-14 ROBEX 1.2, Windows 2013-5-21 ROBEX 1.1, source (all platforms) 2013-5-21 ROBEX 1.1, Windows 2013-5-21 ROBEX 1.1, linux 64 bits 2012-7-12 Robex 1.0, windows 32 bits 2012-7-12 ROBEX 1.0, linux 32 bits 2012-7-12 ROBEX 1.0, linux 64 bits 2012-7-12 ROBEX 1.0, source code Robust Brain Extraction (ROBEX) MR, BSD License, GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), GNU General Public License (GPL), Alzheimer Disease, Brain Injuries,