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Variability Issues in Automated Hippocampal Segmentation: A study on out-of-the-box software and multi-rater ground truth
Liedlgruber, M; Butz, K; Holler, Y; Kuchukhidze, G; Taylor, A; Tomasi, O; Trinka, E; Uhl, A
COMP MED SY. 2016; 191-196.
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Butz Kevin Holger Gerd
Höller Yvonne
Kuchukhidze Giorgi
Tomasi Santino Ottavio
Trinka Eugen

Abstract

In automated hippocampus segmentation, issues related to ground truth rater variability, subject variability and variability of software segmentation accuracy are investigated in the context of 3 publicly available, out-of-the-box software packages. Ground truth variability among three manual raters is controlled using a majority voting based label fusion scheme and observed subject variability underpins the importance of availability of large scale ground truth.


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