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Joint Triplet Autoencoder for Histopathological Colon Cancer Nuclei Retrieval

  title={Joint Triplet Autoencoder for Histopathological Colon Cancer Nuclei Retrieval},
  author={Satya Rajendra Singh and Shiv Ram Dubey and Ms. Shruthi and Sairathan Ventrapragada and Saivamshi Salla Dasharatha},
Deep learning has shown a great improvement in the performance of visual tasks. Image retrieval is the task of extracting the visually similar images from a database for a query image. The feature matching is performed to rank the images. Various handdesigned features have been derived in past to represent the images. Nowadays, the power of deep learning is being utilized for automatic feature learning from data in the field of biomedical image analysis. Autoencoder and Siamese networks are two… 
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