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Grzegorzek, Marcin

A Comprehensive Review of Computer-aided Whole-slide Image Analysis: from Datasets to Feature Extraction, Segmentation, Classification, and Detection Approaches Artificial Intelligence

With the development of computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) and image scanning technology, Whole-slide Image (WSI) scanners are widely used in the field of pathological diagnosis. Therefore, WSI analysis has become the key to modern digital pathology. Since 2004, WSI has been used more and more in CAD. Since machine vision methods are usually based on semi-automatic or fully automatic computers, they are highly efficient and labor-saving. The combination of WSI and CAD technologies for segmentation, classification, and detection helps histopathologists obtain more stable and quantitative analysis results, save labor costs and improve diagnosis objectivity. This paper reviews the methods of WSI analysis based on machine learning. Firstly, the development status of WSI and CAD methods are introduced. Secondly, we discuss publicly available WSI datasets and evaluation metrics for segmentation, classification, and detection tasks. Then, the latest development of machine learning in WSI segmentation, classification, and detection are reviewed continuously. Finally, the existing methods are studied, the applicabilities of the analysis methods are analyzed, and the application prospects of the analysis methods in this field are forecasted.

Object Similarity by Humans and Machines

AAAI Conferences

In this paper, we briefly address a research regarding how to objectively evaluate machine-based object similarity measures by human-based estimation. Based on a novel approach for similarity measure of 3-D objects we create a ground truth of 3-D objects and their similarities estimated by humans. The automatic similarity results achieved are evaluated against this ground truth in terms of precision and recall in an object retrieval scenario. To further illustrate the reciprocity properties between machine and human perception, we compare the similarities achieved by both on testing data and show how it can be used to address other problems and formulations.