Neural Networks

Artificial neural networks are found in many biomedical applications. In particular, they have been employed for supervised [29,30] and unsupervised [20,31] biomedical image segmentation as well as in probabilistic [32] image classification schemes. These networks simulate biological learning and easily incorporate intensity and spatial information into its classification rules. Neural networks are intrinsically parallel processes, but not necessarily implemented as such. The method employed in our comparisons is a three-layer feed forward neural network implemented in the Analyze software [19].

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