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Semi-supervised Learning with Robust Loss in Brain Segmentation

by   Hedong Zhang, et al.

In this work, we used a semi-supervised learning method to train deep learning model that can segment the brain MRI images. The semi-supervised model uses less labeled data, and the performance is competitive with the supervised model with full labeled data. This framework could reduce the cost of labeling MRI images. We also introduced robust loss to reduce the noise effects of inaccurate labels generated in semi-supervised learning.


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