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COVID Detection in Chest CTs: Improving the Baseline on COV19-CT-DB

  title={COVID Detection in Chest CTs: Improving the Baseline on COV19-CT-DB},
  author={Radu Miron and Cosmin Moisii and Sergiu-Andrei Dinu and Mihaela Breaban},
The paper presents a comparative analysis of three distinct approaches based on deep learning for COVID-19 detection in chest CTs. The first approach is a volumetric one, involving 3D convolutions, while the other two approaches perform at first slice-wise classification and then aggregate the results at the volume level. The experiments are carried on the COV19-CT-DB dataset, with the aim of addressing the challenge raised by the MIA-COV19D Competition within ICCV 2021. Our best results on the… Expand

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