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MAG-Net: Mutli-task attention guided network for brain tumor segmentation and classification

  title={MAG-Net: Mutli-task attention guided network for brain tumor segmentation and classification},
  author={Sachin Gupta and Narinder Singh Punn and Sanjay Kumar Sonbhadra and Sonali Agarwal},
  • Sachin Gupta, Narinder Singh Punn, +1 author Sonali Agarwal
  • Published 2021
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • ArXiv
Brain tumor is the most common and deadliest disease that can be found in all age groups. Generally, MRI modality is adopted for identifying and diagnosing tumors by the radiologists. The correct identification of tumor regions and its type can aid to diagnose tumors with the followup treatment plans. However, for any radiologist analysing such scans is a complex and time-consuming task. Motivated by the deep learning based computer-aided-diagnosis systems, this paper proposes multi-task… Expand

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