Model-based Correction of Segmentation Errors in Digitised Histological Images

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Model-based Correction of Segmentation Errors in Digitised Histological Images. / Randell, David; Galton, Antony; Fouad, Shereen; Mehanna, Hesham; Landini, Gabriel.

Medical image understanding and analysis: 21st Annual Conference, MIUA 2017, Edinburgh, UK, July 11–13, 2017, Proceedings. Springer, 2017. p. 718-730 (Communications in computer and information science; Vol. 723).

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Randell, D, Galton, A, Fouad, S, Mehanna, H & Landini, G 2017, Model-based Correction of Segmentation Errors in Digitised Histological Images. in Medical image understanding and analysis: 21st Annual Conference, MIUA 2017, Edinburgh, UK, July 11–13, 2017, Proceedings. Communications in computer and information science, vol. 723, Springer, pp. 718-730, Medical Image Understanding and Analysis (MIUA) 2017, United Kingdom, 11/07/17. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-60964-5_63

APA

Randell, D., Galton, A., Fouad, S., Mehanna, H., & Landini, G. (2017). Model-based Correction of Segmentation Errors in Digitised Histological Images. In Medical image understanding and analysis: 21st Annual Conference, MIUA 2017, Edinburgh, UK, July 11–13, 2017, Proceedings (pp. 718-730). (Communications in computer and information science; Vol. 723). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-60964-5_63

Vancouver

Randell D, Galton A, Fouad S, Mehanna H, Landini G. Model-based Correction of Segmentation Errors in Digitised Histological Images. In Medical image understanding and analysis: 21st Annual Conference, MIUA 2017, Edinburgh, UK, July 11–13, 2017, Proceedings. Springer. 2017. p. 718-730. (Communications in computer and information science). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-60964-5_63

Author

Randell, David ; Galton, Antony ; Fouad, Shereen ; Mehanna, Hesham ; Landini, Gabriel. / Model-based Correction of Segmentation Errors in Digitised Histological Images. Medical image understanding and analysis: 21st Annual Conference, MIUA 2017, Edinburgh, UK, July 11–13, 2017, Proceedings. Springer, 2017. pp. 718-730 (Communications in computer and information science).

Bibtex

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