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Transfer Learning Through Weighted Loss Function and Group Normalization for Vessel Segmentation from Retinal Images

  title={Transfer Learning Through Weighted Loss Function and Group Normalization for Vessel Segmentation from Retinal Images},
  author={A. Sarhan and J. Rokne and Reda Alhajj and A. Crichton},
  • A. Sarhan, J. Rokne, +1 author A. Crichton
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • ArXiv
  • The vascular structure of blood vessels is important in diagnosing retinal conditions such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. Accurate segmentation of these vessels can help in detecting retinal objects such as the optic disc and optic cup and hence determine if there are damages to these areas. Moreover, the structure of the vessels can help in diagnosing glaucoma. The rapid development of digital imaging and computer-vision techniques has increased the potential for developing approaches… CONTINUE READING

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