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A Data Augmented Approach to Transfer Learning for Covid-19 Detection

@article{Henna2021ADA,
  title={A Data Augmented Approach to Transfer Learning for Covid-19 Detection},
  author={Shagufta Henna and A. P. Reji},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2108.02870}
}
Covid-19 detection at an early stage can aid in an effective treatment and isolation plan to prevent its spread. Recently, transfer learning has been used for Covid-19 detection using X-ray, ultrasound, and CT scans. One of the major limitations inherent to these proposed methods is limited labeled dataset size that affects the reliability of Covid-19 diagnosis and disease progression. In this work, we demonstrate that how we can augment limited X-ray images data by using Contrast limited… 

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