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U-net for image segmentation

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Joseph Stember
Joseph Stember on 22 Aug 2017
Commented: Yan Ma on 10 Sep 2019
I was wondering if it is possible to download U-net (https://lmb.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/people/ronneber/u-net/) for use as a pretrained convolutional neural network for Matlab for medical image segmentation.

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Christopher Thomas
Christopher Thomas on 25 Jun 2018
Hi Joseph Stember, did you get U-net downloaded and working in Matlab?

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Kris Fedorenko
Kris Fedorenko on 25 Aug 2017
Hi Joseph,
According to the documentation of u-net, you can download the ready trained network, the source code, the matlab binaries of the modified caffe network, all essential third party libraries and the matlab-interface for overlap-tile segmentation. Best bet would be to use the same setup as recommended by u-net, i.e. Ubuntu Linux 14.04 and Matlab 2014b (x64).
You might also find of interest the image segmentation functionality in the Image Processing Toolbox:
Hope this helps!
Kris

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Kannan U V
Kannan U V on 8 Feb 2018
Hi Kris, Has this changed with the 2017b or 2018a release?

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Moucheng Xu
Moucheng Xu on 16 Aug 2018
I think you can look at this one: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/uploaded_files/107430/createUnet.m
This is a function I found online by mathworks for a modified version U net, I reproduced my own implementation of U net referring to this function so I could make other versions.

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As Has
As Has on 24 Nov 2018
i still suffer from how to write a matlab code by convolutional neural network for segmentation image
Yan Ma
Yan Ma on 10 Sep 2019
HI Moucheng, I have downloaded the code from the Internet.It generated a U-net network.I want to know how can I ues the LayerGraph to train the dataset?

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