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Brain tumor segmentation with attention-based U-Net

Authors: Tuofu Li; Javin Jia Liu; Yintao Tai; Yuxuan Tian;

Brain tumor segmentation with attention-based U-Net

Abstract

Brain tumors are a hazardous type of tumor, and they build pressure inside the skull when they grow, which can potentially cause brain damage or even death. Attention mechanisms are widely adopted in state-of-the-art deep learning architectures for computer vision and neural translation tasks since they enhance networks' ability to capture spatial and channel-wise relationships. We offer an attention-based image segmentation model that outlines the brain tumors in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans if present. In the paper, we mainly focus on integrating Squeeze-and-Excitation Block and CBAM into the commonly used segmentation model, U-Net, to resolve the problem of concatenating unnecessary information into the decoder blocks and attempt to locate the tumor boundaries. Our research clearly shows the application of the attention mechanism in U-Net, incorporates the Squeeze-and-Excitation with CBAM, and improves the performance in the brain tumor segmentation task. The model is delivered on an app with additional text to speech and chatbot features provided.

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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Focus (computing) business.industry Computer science Deep learning Brain tumor Pattern recognition Speech synthesis Image segmentation computer.software_genre medicine.disease Chatbot medicine Segmentation Artificial intelligence business computer Block (data storage)

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