Head and Neck Auto Segmentation Challenge
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A Multi-atlas Approach for the Automatic Segmentation of Multiple Structures in Head and Neck CT Images
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Chen A., Dawant B.
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Automatic Mandible Segmentation on CT Images Using Prior Anatomical Knowledge
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Aghdasi N., Li Y., Berens A., Moe K., Hannaford B.
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Multi Atlas Segmentation with Active Shape Model Refinement for Multi-Organ Segmentation in Head and Neck Cancer Radiotherapy Planning
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Albrecht T., Gass T., Langguth C., Lüthi M.
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Fully Automatic Segmentation of Head and Neck Organs using Active Appearance Models
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Mannion-Haworth R., Bowes M., Ashman A., Guillard G., Brett A., Vincent G.
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Automatic Segmentation of Structures in CT Head and Neck Images using a Coupled Shape Model
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Jung F., Knapp O., Wesarg S.
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Head and Neck Auto Segmentation Challenge based on Non-Local Generative Models
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Orbes Arteaga M., Cárdenas Peña D., Castellanos Dominguez G.
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Head and Neck Auto Segmentation Challenge based on Non-Local Generative Models
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Orbes Arteaga M., Cardenas Peña D., Castellanos Dominguez G.
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The third Head And Neck Auto-Segmentation Challenge, held in conjunction with the 2015 Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Interventions (MICCAI) conference in Munich, Germany.
The primary objective of this MICCAI 2015 challenge is to establish an unbiased benchmark of automatic segmentation performance. It is hoped that this challenge will give valuable feedback both to researchers and the user community about algorithm performance in real world applications. In addition the challenge will provide medical imaging researchers a venue where they can discuss and form collaborations on medical image segmentation for radiotherapy planning.

The organizing committee is:
- Karl Fritscher, UMIT
- Patrik Raudaschl, UMIT
- Greg Sharp, MGH
- Paolo Zaffino, UMG
This issue was created the 11-10-2015, the paperdue date is 11-08-2016, the decision date is 11-09-2016, the publication date is 11-10-2016


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