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Leung KH, Marashdeh W, Wray R, Ashrafinia S, Pomper MG, Rahmim A, Jha AK. A physics-guided modular deep-learnings based automated framework for tumor segmentation in PET. 2020. Physics in Medicine & Biology, in press. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6560/ab8535.
Source code for this work available at https://jhalab.wustl.edu/software/a-fully-automated-modular-framework-for-pet-segmentation/
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