With the dramatically increased number of parameters in language models, sparsity methods have received ever-increasing research focus to compress and accelerate the models.
1 code implementation • • Lin Li, Lixin Qin, Zeguo Xu, Youbing Yin, Xin Wang, Bin Kong, Junjie Bai, Yi Lu, Zhenghan Fang, Qi Song, Kunlin Cao, Daliang Liu, Guisheng Wang, Qizhong Xu, Xisheng Fang, Shiqin Zhang, Juan Xia, Jun Xia
Materials and Methods In this retrospective and multi-center study, a deep learning model, COVID-19 detection neural network (COVNet), was developed to extract visual features from volumetric chest CT exams for the detection of COVID-19.
2 code implementations • • Adam Paszke, Sam Gross, Francisco Massa, Adam Lerer, James Bradbury, Gregory Chanan, Trevor Killeen, Zeming Lin, Natalia Gimelshein, Luca Antiga, Alban Desmaison, Andreas Köpf, Edward Yang, Zach DeVito, Martin Raison, Alykhan Tejani, Sasank Chilamkurthy, Benoit Steiner, Lu Fang, Junjie Bai, Soumith Chintala
Deep learning frameworks have often focused on either usability or speed, but not both.
The proposed method generates well-positioned centerlines, exhibiting lower number of missing branches and is more robust in the presence of minor imperfections of the object segmentation mask.
In order to address these limitations, we present tree-structured ConvLSTM models for tree-structured image analysis tasks which can be trained end-to-end.
The hierarchical attention components of the residual attention subnet force our network to focus on the key components of the X-ray images and generate the final predictions as well as the associated visual supports, which is similar to the assessment procedure of clinicians.
Shape priors have been widely utilized in medical image segmentation to improve segmentation accuracy and robustness.
The experimental results show that the proposed algorithm is robust to the errors in the user input and preserves the "anchoring" capability of the user input.