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Benchmarking the CoW with the TopCoW Challenge: Topology-Aware Anatomical Segmentation of the Circle of Willis for CTA and MRA

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Dec 29, 2023
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DENTEX: An Abnormal Tooth Detection with Dental Enumeration and Diagnosis Benchmark for Panoramic X-rays

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May 30, 2023
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Applying Deep Reinforcement Learning to the HP Model for Protein Structure Prediction

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Dec 09, 2022
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PIM-QAT: Neural Network Quantization for Processing-In-Memory (PIM) Systems

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Sep 18, 2022
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F8Net: Fixed-Point 8-bit Only Multiplication for Network Quantization

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Feb 10, 2022
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Magnetoelectric Bio-Implants Powered and Programmed by a Single Transmitter for Coordinated Multisite Stimulation

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Dec 31, 2021
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SINGA-Easy: An Easy-to-Use Framework for MultiModal Analysis

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Aug 03, 2021
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MagNI: A Magnetoelectrically Powered and Controlled Wireless Neurostimulating Implant

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Jul 07, 2021
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A Self-Regulated and Reconfigurable CMOS Physically Unclonable Function Featuring Zero-Overhead Stabilization

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Jul 07, 2021
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CAP-RAM: A Charge-Domain In-Memory Computing 6T-SRAM for Accurate and Precision-Programmable CNN Inference

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Jul 06, 2021
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