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Deep attention-guided fusion network for lesion segmentation

  title={Deep attention-guided fusion network for lesion segmentation},
  author={Hengliang Zhu and Yangyang Hao and Lizhuang Ma and Ruixing Li and Hua Wang},
We participated the Task 1: Lesion Segmentation. The paper describes our algorithm and the final result of validation set for the ISIC Challenge 2018 - Skin Lesion Analysis Towards Melanoma Detection. 

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