Evaluation of augmentation methods in classifying autism spectrum disorders from fMRI data with 3D convolutional neural networks

20 Oct 2021  ·  Johan Jönemo, David Abramian, Anders Eklund ·

Classifying subjects as healthy or diseased using neuroimaging data has gained a lot of attention during the last 10 years. Here we apply deep learning to derivatives from resting state fMRI data, and investigate how different 3D augmentation techniques affect the test accuracy. Specifically, we use resting state derivatives from 1,112 subjects in ABIDE preprocessed to train a 3D convolutional neural network (CNN) to perform the classification. Our results show that augmentation only provide minor improvements to the test accuracy.

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