Learning from Partially Overlapping Labels: Image Segmentation under Annotation Shift

@inproceedings{Filbrandt2021LearningFP,
  title={Learning from Partially Overlapping Labels: Image Segmentation under Annotation Shift},
  author={Gregory Filbrandt and Konstantinos Kamnitsas and David Bernstein and Alexandra N. Taylor and Ben Glocker},
  booktitle={DART/FAIR@MICCAI},
  year={2021}
}
Scarcity of high quality annotated images remains a limiting factor for training accurate image segmentation models. While more and more annotated datasets become publicly available, the number of samples in each individual database is often small. Combining different databases to create larger amounts of training data is appealing yet challenging due to the heterogeneity as a result of differences in data acquisition and annotation processes, often yielding incompatible or even conflicting… 

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