COVID-19 identification from volumetric chest CT scans using a progressively resized 3D-CNN incorporating segmentation, augmentation, and class-rebalancing

@article{Hasan2021COVID19IF,
  title={COVID-19 identification from volumetric chest CT scans using a progressively resized 3D-CNN incorporating segmentation, augmentation, and class-rebalancing},
  author={Md. Kamrul Hasan and Md. Tasnim Jawad and Kazi N. Hasan and Sajal Basak Partha and Md. Masum Al Masba},
  journal={Informatics in Medicine Unlocked},
  year={2021},
  volume={26},
  pages={100709 - 100709}
}

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