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.

We present an algorithm to extract language from texts with multiple language pairs. The aim is to generate such a set of words that a given word in the text should have at least two different meanings, in the sense that the phrase has two different meanings and so has a different meaning. In addition to this, we also provide a new method for the development of word embeddings to generate word pairs, which are generated from one sentence, but which are generated from two sentences. Our method uses a deep learning network to extract the sentence information by means of a dictionary learned from the text of a particular word pair. We test our method on English, where it yields the highest accuracy of 94% and the most discriminative results of 98%. In contrast, a word-dependent method, which is not known to be discriminative, only produces word pairs that are different. In summary, all the above results are promising.

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

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    A novel approach to natural language generationWe present an algorithm to extract language from texts with multiple language pairs. The aim is to generate such a set of words that a given word in the text should have at least two different meanings, in the sense that the phrase has two different meanings and so has a different meaning. In addition to this, we also provide a new method for the development of word embeddings to generate word pairs, which are generated from one sentence, but which are generated from two sentences. Our method uses a deep learning network to extract the sentence information by means of a dictionary learned from the text of a particular word pair. We test our method on English, where it yields the highest accuracy of 94% and the most discriminative results of 98%. In contrast, a word-dependent method, which is not known to be discriminative, only produces word pairs that are different. In summary, all the above results are promising.


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