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We observed generally satisfactory but variable validation results in two clinical applications. This metric may be adapted for similar validation tasks.

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Various alternative methods have been sought to carry out statistical validations. The patient was placed in a supine position in the closed-bore magnet for the imaging examination. An anatomic object was defined by a closed contour, and the computer program labeled every voxel of the enclosed volume. Furthermore, general equivalences between some parametric image-thresholding methods and the search for optimal thresholds with the largest likelihood-ratio test statistics is briefly discussed. In effect, feature information from one image is used to influence the corresponding pixel values of the other image.

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Segmentation is an important image-processing step by which regions of an image are classified according to the presence of relevant anatomic features. Segmentation methods typically yield binary or categoric classification results. Dice similarity coefficient is a spatial overlap index and a reproducibility validation metric.

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It has fixed been that, at the when this fig. Three segmenters, blinded to the semi-automated probabilistic fractional segmentation results, independently outlined the target tumors. Abstract Rationale and Objectives To examine a statistical validation method based on the spatial overlap between two sets of segmentations of the same anatomy.