Feb 23 2011

Multiview CAD in TMI

IEEE TMIMy paper entitled “Optimizing case-based detection performance in a multi-view CAD system for mammography” has been accepted for publishing in IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging and you can get it from here. It is my second publication, and I’m proud that it is going to appear in the highly ranked journal TMI. This article describes our approach to improve the clinically important case-based detection performance detecting masses in mammograms using a multi-view classifier with an alternative learning rule. Read further for the technical abstract.
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Feb 6 2011

London 2011

LondonMe and my fiancée spent a long weekend in London; it is the very first time that we have been to this city. We took the Eurostar high speed train from Brussels to London, and this was a comfortable and reasonably fast way to travel. We have seen just about all the major (touristic) sights, and enjoyed our time. Apart from our hotel at Harrow, which was a disappointment to us. However, the location of the hotel was quite good. It was close to the Underground Tube system, which brought us everywhere, affordable and fast. If I had to choose the best touristic sight we had, I would say the Tower of London. This amazing fortress was also used as a prison in British history. What I didn’t knew is that also the crown jewels are kept here… A must see.

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