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© 2018 IEEE. While deep learning has dramatically improved our capabilities for developing extremely robust segmentation methods, some challenges remain. In many practical settings we only have access to a limited amount of training data. More importantly, the relationship between algorithm performance and the required amount of training data is not well understood. Here we propose to combine convolutional network based segmentation approaches with a global probabilistic model that effectively enforces prior shape constraints. We demonstrate that the model is capable of accurately segmenting densely packed populations of cells. Our experiments show that combining the convolutional network with the proposed model-based segmentation approach improves the overall segmentation accuracy.

Original publication

DOI

10.1109/ISBI.2018.8363794

Type

Conference paper

Publication Date

23/05/2018

Volume

2018-April

Pages

1234 - 1238