The provided liver segmentations are part of the training data from the "VISCERAL Organ Segmentation and Landmark Detection Challenge" at the IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI) in May 1st, 2014 in Beijing, China.
We kindly request you to cite the appropriate references when using SHAPE material.
For more information on the ongoing VISCERAL Anatomy Benchmark series, please visit www.visceral.eu, which should also be acknowledged by citation, footnote, or other suitable means in any publication using any part of its dataset.
And here for SMIR:
Kistler et. al, The virtual skeleton database: an open access repository for biomedical research and collaboration. JMIR, 2013 doi: 10.2196/jmir.2930
Scores & Ranking
We compute for each of our evaluation criteria:
- Generalization (average distance)
- Generalization (hausdorff distance)
We ar ranking of the participant according to their performance (e.g. if there are 10 participants, the best performing algorithm gets 1 point and the worst performing algorithm gets 10 point). Each participant is therefore ranked 20 times. The final ranking will be the average of the individual rankings.