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#20 Document the Julian de Wit algorithm #108
I added an initial documentation of the Julian de Wit algorithm. The algorithm output was ensembled with the results of the Daniel Hammack algorithm.
Reference to official issue
This pull request addresses #20
Motivation and Context
At some point we need to implement an algorithm that can segment the nodules and detect whether they are malicious or not. It makes sense to first evaluate the top 10 solutions for the Data Science Bowl 2017 regarding how performant they are and how easy it would be to use them in our application.
@WGierke, sure. Unfortunately I wasn't joking when I said I needed a new harddisk before I can start to run the models and I'm out of town for the next 2 weeks without my DL box. So feel free to merge into master now.
On a first glance I noticed you probably missed some dependencies,
Also, I have seen that in order to get it running on Linux, you will have to remove and replace the dependency on
If I find anything else later I will create a new issue. Great writeups so far. Hope I can write one soon too.