Class-based evaluation of CNN feature selection for ultrasound images


Class-based evaluation of CNN feature selection for ultrasound images – In this paper, the task of evaluating ultrasound images based on multiple ultrasound sources is considered. We build a network module and present a novel, deep-learning based image-to-image fusion method for the task of ultrasound localization. The first step of the pipeline is a deep learning-based image-to-image fusion method which combines deep learning, classification, segmentation and localization. The second step is a segmentation-based fusion method which aggregates features from different parts of these two modules. The fusion method is based on deep CNN with deep features extracted directly from both modules. Both modules are trained to fuse the fused features in different directions. To evaluate, we benchmark the performance of our fusion method between different ultrasound sources. Experimental results show that our fusion method consistently achieves state-of-the-art performance. Further, the fusion method outperforms the conventional baselines by a large margin.

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Class-based evaluation of CNN feature selection for ultrasound images

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