A Novel Approach for 3D Lung Segmentation Using Rough Set Theory with Application to Biomedical Telemedicine


A Novel Approach for 3D Lung Segmentation Using Rough Set Theory with Application to Biomedical Telemedicine – In this paper, we propose a novel neural network (NN) approach for 2D lung segmentation. Based on the proposed system, we provide a deep learning method for lung segmentation. The proposed system performs lung segmentation by using a novel neural network model which is trained end-to-end using a pre-trained neural network model and a novel neural network model which takes an input set of lung segmentations. The neural network model is trained end-to-end using the proposed method. Moreover, a novel method of integrating data from a medical device (such as a mobile phone, wearable, or wearable device) also is investigated. By using an input set of lung segments, we provide a new method of lung segmentation. By using the novel model, we build a novel approach for lung segmentation without human intervention. More details are provided and the system can be tested.

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A Novel Approach for 3D Lung Segmentation Using Rough Set Theory with Application to Biomedical Telemedicine

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