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Neural Stain-Style Transfer Learning using GAN for Histopathological Images

@article{Cho2017NeuralST,
  title={Neural Stain-Style Transfer Learning using GAN for Histopathological Images},
  author={Hyun Jae Cho and Sungbin Lim and Gunho Choi and Hyunseok Min},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1710.08543}
}
Performance of data-driven network for tumor classification varies with stain-style of histopathological images. [...] Key Method Consequently our model does not only transfers initial stain-styles to the desired one but also prevent the degradation of tumor classifier on transferred images. The model is examined using the CAMELYON16 dataset.Expand

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