A New Gastric Histopathology Subsize Image Database (GasHisSDB) for Classification Algorithm Test: from Linear Regression to Visual Transformer

06/04/2021
by   Weiming Hu, et al.
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GasHisSDB is a New Gastric Histopathology Subsize Image Database with a total of 245196 images. GasHisSDB is divided into 160*160 pixels sub-database, 120*120 pixels sub-database and 80*80 pixels sub-database. GasHisSDB is made to realize the function of valuating image classification. In order to prove that the methods of different periods in the field of image classification have discrepancies on GasHisSDB, we select a variety of classifiers for evaluation. Seven classical machine learning classifiers, three CNN classifiers and a novel transformer-based classifier are selected for testing on image classification tasks. GasHisSDB is available at the URL:https://github.com/NEUhwm/GasHisSDB.git.

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