no code implementations • • Jeongun Ryu, Aaron Valero Puche, Jaewoong Shin, Seonwook Park, Biagio Brattoli, Jinhee Lee, Wonkyung Jung, Soo Ick Cho, Kyunghyun Paeng, Chan-Young Ock, Donggeun Yoo, Sérgio Pereira
Cell detection is a fundamental task in computational pathology that can be used for extracting high-level medical information from whole-slide images.
no code implementations • 22 Jul 2018 • Mitko Veta, Yujing J. Heng, Nikolas Stathonikos, Babak Ehteshami Bejnordi, Francisco Beca, Thomas Wollmann, Karl Rohr, Manan A. Shah, Dayong Wang, Mikael Rousson, Martin Hedlund, David Tellez, Francesco Ciompi, Erwan Zerhouni, David Lanyi, Matheus Viana, Vassili Kovalev, Vitali Liauchuk, Hady Ahmady Phoulady, Talha Qaiser, Simon Graham, Nasir Rajpoot, Erik Sjöblom, Jesper Molin, Kyunghyun Paeng, Sangheum Hwang, Sunggyun Park, Zhipeng Jia, Eric I-Chao Chang, Yan Xu, Andrew H. Beck, Paul J. van Diest, Josien P. W. Pluim
The best performing automatic method for the first task achieved a quadratic-weighted Cohen's kappa score of $\kappa$ = 0. 567, 95% CI [0. 464, 0. 671] between the predicted scores and the ground truth.
Recent advances in convolutional neural networks (CNN) have shown significant improvements in histological slide analysis, but accuracy is not optimized because of the difficulty in the handling of gigapixel images.
We present a unified framework to predict tumor proliferation scores from breast histopathology whole slide images.
In this paper, we present an "action-driven" detection mechanism using our "top-down" visual attention model.