Simultaneous Detection and Localization of Pathological Abnormal Deformities using a Novel Class of Convolutional Neural Network


Simultaneous Detection and Localization of Pathological Abnormal Deformities using a Novel Class of Convolutional Neural Network – Deep models have become a popular alternative to conventional approaches for the study of pathological brain diseases. However, they do not adequately capture the dynamics of neuronal interactions that play a crucial role in the development of Alzheimer’s disease. In this paper, we propose a novel model that integrates both the functional and the non-functional interactions of the brain. Our method achieves state of the art performance on the ICDAR dataset, and can be deployed on the real-world dataset using a convolutional neural network (CNN). Experimental results indicate the superior performance of our approach.

We focus on the problem of approximate (or sparse) sparse representation in nonparametric graphical models. In order to provide an efficient and accurate estimation of the optimal representation, we propose a novel greedy algorithm. The algorithm is based on the assumption that sparse sparse models can be obtained by minimizing the loss function based on the stochastic gradient of the model’s gradient. When used directly, the resulting greedy algorithm is able to obtain similar accuracies, but faster. We derive the same bounds as the greedy algorithm for the full model, but by leveraging sparse Gaussian Mixture Models. Our theoretical analysis is based on a general formulation for the solution of a sparse sparse constraint class.

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Simultaneous Detection and Localization of Pathological Abnormal Deformities using a Novel Class of Convolutional Neural Network

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    Selective Convex Sparse ApproximationWe focus on the problem of approximate (or sparse) sparse representation in nonparametric graphical models. In order to provide an efficient and accurate estimation of the optimal representation, we propose a novel greedy algorithm. The algorithm is based on the assumption that sparse sparse models can be obtained by minimizing the loss function based on the stochastic gradient of the model’s gradient. When used directly, the resulting greedy algorithm is able to obtain similar accuracies, but faster. We derive the same bounds as the greedy algorithm for the full model, but by leveraging sparse Gaussian Mixture Models. Our theoretical analysis is based on a general formulation for the solution of a sparse sparse constraint class.


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