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CXR-Net: An Artificial Intelligence Pipeline for Quick Covid-19 Screening of Chest X-Rays

  title={CXR-Net: An Artificial Intelligence Pipeline for Quick Covid-19 Screening of Chest X-Rays},
  author={Haikal Abdulah and Benjamin Huber and Sinan Lal and Hassan Abdallah and Luigi Leonardo Palese and Hamid Soltanian-Zadeh and Domenico L. Gatti},
CXR-Net is a two-module Artificial Intelligence pipeline for the quick detection of SARS-CoV-2 from chest X-rays (CXRs). Module 1 was trained on a public dataset of 6395 CXRs with radiologist annotated lung contours to generate masks of the lungs that overlap the heart and large vasa. Module 2 is a hybrid convnet in which the first convolutional layer with learned coefficients is replaced by a layer with fixed coefficients provided by the Wavelet Scattering Transform (WST). Module 2 takes as… 
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