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FHDO Biomedical Computer Science Group at Medical Classification Task of ImageCLEF 2015

@inproceedings{Pelka2015FHDOBC,
  title={FHDO Biomedical Computer Science Group at Medical Classification Task of ImageCLEF 2015},
  author={Obioma Pelka and Christoph M. Friedrich},
  booktitle={CLEF},
  year={2015}
}
This paper presents the modelling approaches performed by the FHDO Biomedical Computer Science Group for the compound figure detection and subfigure classification tasks at ImageCLEF 2015 medical classification. This is the first participation of the group at an accepted lab of the Cross Language Evaluation Forum. For image visual representation, various state-of-the-art visual features such as Bag-of-Keypoints computed with dense SIFT descriptors and the new Border Profile presented in this… CONTINUE READING

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