Representation Learning and Information Fusion: Applications in Biomedical Image Processing (2023)
Abstract / truncated to 115 words
In recent years Machine Learning and in particular Deep Learning have excelled in object recognition and classification tasks in computer vision. As these methods extract features from the data itself by learning features that are relevant for a particular task, a key aspect of this remarkable success is the amount of data on which these methods train. Biomedical applications face the problem that the amount of training data is limited. In particular, labels and annotations are usually scarce and expensive to obtain as they require biological or medical expertise. One way to overcome this issue is to use additional knowledge about the data at hand. This guidance can come from expert knowledge, which puts focus ... toggle 6 keywordsimage processing – representation learning – information fusion – biomedical imaging – multimodal images – texture descriptors
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