Exploring The Limits Of Data Augmentation For Retinal Vessel Segmentation

by   Enes Sadi Uysal, et al.

Retinal Vessel Segmentation is important for diagnosis of various diseases. The research on retinal vessel segmentation focuses mainly on improvement of the segmentation model which is usually based on U-Net architecture. In our study we use the U-Net architecture and we rely on heavy data augmentation in order to achieve better performance. The success of the data augmentation relies on successfully addressing the problem of input images. By analyzing input images and performing the augmentation accordingly we show that the performance of the U-Net model can be increased dramatically. Results are reported using the most widely used retina dataset, DRIVE.


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