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Dice Similarity Coefficient.

Dice Similarity Coefficient.

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According to statistics, more than 60% of people suffer lower back pain at a certain time in their lives. Disc hernias are the most common cause of lower back pain, and the lumbar spine is responsible for more than 95% of all herniated discs. Generally, radiologists study the MRI during the clinical phase to detect a disc hernia. There could be sev...

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... we consider Fig. 3, we can interpret "A" and "B" as 2 voxel sets, "A" representing the predicted region and "B" representing the ground truth. The model maps each voxel to 0 or 1, where 0 is the background voxel and 1 is the part of the segmented region. The variables in the dice coefficient formula ...

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