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Improving Reproducibility and Performance of Radiomics in Low Dose CT using Cycle GANs

@inproceedings{Chen2021ImprovingRA,
  title={Improving Reproducibility and Performance of Radiomics in Low Dose CT using Cycle GANs},
  author={Junhua Chen and Leonard Wee and Andre Dekker and Inigo Bermejo},
  year={2021}
}
1 Improving Reproducibility and Performance of Radiomics in Low Dose CT using Cycle GANs Running Title: Improving Radiomics Using Cycle GANs Junhua Chen , MS; Leonard Wee , PhD; Andre Dekker, PhD; Inigo Bermejo, PhD . Department of Radiation Oncology (MAASTRO), GROW School for Oncology and Developmental Biology, Maastricht University Medical Centre+, Maastricht, 6229 ET, Netherlands a Corresponding author, Tel.: +31 0684 6149 49 E-mail address: j.chen@maastrichtuniversity.nl 

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