Proceedings of the VISCERAL Anatomy3 organ segmentation challenge : co-located with IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging 2015

Müller, Henning (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (HES-SO Valais-Wallis)) ; Göksel, Orcun (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) ; Jiménez del Toro, Oscar Alfonso (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland (HES-SO Valais-Wallis)) ; Foncubierta Rodríguez, Antonio (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)

VISCERAL (Visual Concept Extraction Challenge in Radiology) aims to organize series of benchmarks on the processing of large-scale 3D radiology images, by using an innovative cloud-based evaluation approach. While a growing number of benchmark studies compare the performance of algorithms for automated organ segmentation in images with restricted field of views, emphasis on anatomical segmentation in images with wide field-of-view (e.g. showing entire abdomen, trunk, or the whole body) has been limited. VISCERAL Anatomy benchmark series aim to address this need by providing a common image and test dataset and corresponding segmentation challenges for a wide range of anatomical structures and image modalities. This proceedings summarize the techniques submitted for Anatomy3 benchmark, the results of which were also presented at the ISBI VISCERAL Challenge session on April 16th 2014, as part of the IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI) in New York, NY, USA. The challenge participants used an online evaluation system, where they submitted their algorithms in a virtual machine environment. The organisers then run the virtual machines on the test images and populated the segmentation results in a participant viewable results board. Then, the participants could at their discretion upload their results to a public leaderboard. The results from the methods presented here were published in the online leaderboard two weeks before the challenge session. The short papers in this proceedings were submitted by the participants to describe their specific methodologies used to generate their results. At the session, participants had a chance to present their methods as oral presentations.

Note: Document édité par Henning Müller et al.

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Economie et Services
Institut Informatique de gestion
New York, USA, 16 April 2015
New York, USA
16 April 2015
35 p.
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Proceedings of the Visual Concept Extraction Challenge in Radiology Anatomy3 Organ Segmentation Challenge co-located with IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (VISCERAL@ISBI) 2015
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