1 code implementation • 30 Aug 2023 • Jianning Li, Antonio Pepe, Christina Gsaxner, Gijs Luijten, Yuan Jin, Narmada Ambigapathy, Enrico Nasca, Naida Solak, Gian Marco Melito, Viet Duc Vu, Afaque R. Memon, Xiaojun Chen, Jan Stefan Kirschke, Ezequiel de la Rosa, Patrick Ferdinand Christ, Hongwei Bran Li, David G. Ellis, Michele R. Aizenberg, Sergios Gatidis, Thomas Küstner, Nadya Shusharina, Nicholas Heller, Vincent Andrearczyk, Adrien Depeursinge, Mathieu Hatt, Anjany Sekuboyina, Maximilian Löffler, Hans Liebl, Reuben Dorent, Tom Vercauteren, Jonathan Shapey, Aaron Kujawa, Stefan Cornelissen, Patrick Langenhuizen, Achraf Ben-Hamadou, Ahmed Rekik, Sergi Pujades, Edmond Boyer, Federico Bolelli, Costantino Grana, Luca Lumetti, Hamidreza Salehi, Jun Ma, Yao Zhang, Ramtin Gharleghi, Susann Beier, Arcot Sowmya, Eduardo A. Garza-Villarreal, Thania Balducci, Diego Angeles-Valdez, Roberto Souza, Leticia Rittner, Richard Frayne, Yuanfeng Ji, Soumick Chatterjee, Florian Dubost, Stefanie Schreiber, Hendrik Mattern, Oliver Speck, Daniel Haehn, Christoph John, Andreas Nürnberger, João Pedrosa, Carlos Ferreira, Guilherme Aresta, António Cunha, Aurélio Campilho, Yannick Suter, Jose Garcia, Alain Lalande, Emmanuel Audenaert, Claudia Krebs, Timo Van Leeuwen, Evie Vereecke, Rainer Röhrig, Frank Hölzle, Vahid Badeli, Kathrin Krieger, Matthias Gunzer, Jianxu Chen, Amin Dada, Miriam Balzer, Jana Fragemann, Frederic Jonske, Moritz Rempe, Stanislav Malorodov, Fin H. Bahnsen, Constantin Seibold, Alexander Jaus, Ana Sofia Santos, Mariana Lindo, André Ferreira, Victor Alves, Michael Kamp, Amr Abourayya, Felix Nensa, Fabian Hörst, Alexander Brehmer, Lukas Heine, Lars E. Podleska, Matthias A. Fink, Julius Keyl, Konstantinos Tserpes, Moon-Sung Kim, Shireen Elhabian, Hans Lamecker, Dženan Zukić, Beatriz Paniagua, Christian Wachinger, Martin Urschler, Luc Duong, Jakob Wasserthal, Peter F. Hoyer, Oliver Basu, Thomas Maal, Max J. H. Witjes, Ti-chiun Chang, Seyed-Ahmad Ahmadi, Ping Luo, Bjoern Menze, Mauricio Reyes, Christos Davatzikos, Behrus Puladi, Jens Kleesiek, Jan Egger
MedShapeNet is created as an alternative to these commonly used shape benchmarks to facilitate the translation of data-driven vision algorithms to medical applications, and it extends the opportunities to adapt SOTA vision algorithms to solve critical medical problems.
Firstly, SyNDock formulates multimeric protein docking as a problem of learning global transformations to holistically depict the placement of chain units of a complex, enabling a learning-centric solution.
We propose a simple, efficient, yet powerful framework for dense visual predictions based on the conditional diffusion pipeline.
Ranked #2 on Monocular Depth Estimation on SUN-RGBD
Constraint by the high cost of collecting and labeling 3D medical data, most of the deep learning models to date are driven by datasets with a limited number of organs of interest or samples, which still limits the power of modern deep models and makes it difficult to provide a fully comprehensive and fair estimate of various methods.
1 code implementation • 24 Jan 2022 • Yuanfeng Ji, Lu Zhang, Jiaxiang Wu, Bingzhe Wu, Long-Kai Huang, Tingyang Xu, Yu Rong, Lanqing Li, Jie Ren, Ding Xue, Houtim Lai, Shaoyong Xu, Jing Feng, Wei Liu, Ping Luo, Shuigeng Zhou, Junzhou Huang, Peilin Zhao, Yatao Bian
AI-aided drug discovery (AIDD) is gaining increasing popularity due to its promise of making the search for new pharmaceuticals quicker, cheaper and more efficient.
For example, STFT improves the still image baseline FCOS by 10. 6% and 20. 6% on the comprehensive F1-score of the polyp localization task in CVC-Clinic and ASUMayo datasets, respectively, and outperforms the state-of-the-art video-based method by 3. 6% and 8. 0%, respectively.
The recent vision transformer(i. e. for image classification) learns non-local attentive interaction of different patch tokens.
1 code implementation • 10 Jun 2021 • Michela Antonelli, Annika Reinke, Spyridon Bakas, Keyvan Farahani, AnnetteKopp-Schneider, Bennett A. Landman, Geert Litjens, Bjoern Menze, Olaf Ronneberger, Ronald M. Summers, Bram van Ginneken, Michel Bilello, Patrick Bilic, Patrick F. Christ, Richard K. G. Do, Marc J. Gollub, Stephan H. Heckers, William R. Jarnagin, Maureen K. McHugo, Sandy Napel, Jennifer S. Goli Pernicka, Kawal Rhode, Catalina Tobon-Gomez, Eugene Vorontsov, Henkjan Huisman, James A. Meakin, Sebastien Ourselin, Manuel Wiesenfarth, Pablo Arbelaez, Byeonguk Bae, Sihong Chen, Laura Daza, Jianjiang Feng, Baochun He, Fabian Isensee, Yuanfeng Ji, Fucang Jia, Namkug Kim, Ildoo Kim, Dorit Merhof, Akshay Pai, Beomhee Park, Mathias Perslev, Ramin Rezaiifar, Oliver Rippel, Ignacio Sarasua, Wei Shen, Jaemin Son, Christian Wachinger, Liansheng Wang, Yan Wang, Yingda Xia, Daguang Xu, Zhanwei Xu, Yefeng Zheng, Amber L. Simpson, Lena Maier-Hein, M. Jorge Cardoso
Segmentation is so far the most widely investigated medical image processing task, but the various segmentation challenges have typically been organized in isolation, such that algorithm development was driven by the need to tackle a single specific clinical problem.
In contrast to the previous methods, RANet configures the information pathways between the pixels in different regions, enabling the region interaction to exchange the regional context for enhancing all of the pixels in the image.
Unlike the recent neural architecture search (NAS) methods that typically searched the optimal operators in each network layer, but missed a good strategy to search for feature aggregations, this paper proposes a novel NAS method for 3D medical image segmentation, named UXNet, which searches both the scale-wise feature aggregation strategies as well as the block-wise operators in the encoder-decoder network.
Accurate semantic image segmentation requires the joint consideration of local appearance, semantic information, and global scene context.