Part of the AIDA-E (Analysis of Images to Detect Abnormalities in Endoscopy) challenge
Number of users: 165
Confocal laser endomicroscopy (CLE) has recently revealed to be a useful technique for in vivo virtual histology of small bowels mucosa, but requires skilled and specifically trained operators.
The damage vary from mild, with only an increase in intraepithelial lymphocytes and Crypt Hyperplasia (CH), to severe form, which involves various degrees of endoscopically relevant lesions such as villous Atrophy (VA).
The chellenge signature is to develop a system to detect in each image the either a normal mucosa or the presence of villous atrophy (VA), crypt hypertrophy (CH) of both (VACH).
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
- Please read first the challenge terms and conditions.
Please register for the challenge by filling in the online registration form (Registration will open in mid-November 2015). This registration is a mandatory step before downloading data and submitting results to the challenge.
- Upon reception of your registration form, you will receive a link to download the dataset.
After the results submission deadline the organizers will evaluate the results, and outcomes will be sent back to the authors for inclusion in their submission.
Mid November 2015: Release of the first training dataset.
Mid November 2015: Registration opens.
October 2015: Challenge website launched.
March 15th 2016: test set released
April 4th 2016: deadline for submitting results
April 13th 2016: challenge session at ISBI 2016