Dermofit publications

Here is a link to our DERMOFIT publications but I can control more of the links below. We still have some papers to do with learning either under  consideration or yet to write (Ben get on with it!)

The publications produced by DERMOFIT or linked projects are:

  1. L. Ballerini et al, A color and texture based hierarchical K-NN approach to the classification of non-melanoma skin lesions, in Color Medical Image Analysis (Celebi and Schaefer, eds), Springer 2012, forthcoming.
  2. L. Ballerini, R. B. Fisher, B. Aldridge, J. Rees, “Non-Melanoma Skin Lesion Classification using Colour Image Data in a Hierarchical K-NN Classifier”, Proc. IEEE Int. Symp. on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI), May 2012, to appear.
  3. X. Li, B. Aldridge, R. Fisher, J. Rees, “Estimating the ground truth from multiple individual segmentations incorporating prior pattern analysis with application to skin lesion segmentation”, Proc. 8th Int. Symp. on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI.11), April 2011, electronic proceedings. Ground truth paper
  4. M. Zanotto, L. Ballerini, B. Aldridge, R. B. Fisher, J. Rees, “Visual cues do not improve skin lesion ABC(D) grading”, Proc. SPIE Medical Imaging Vol 7966, pp 796600-1 to 796600-10, Orlando, 2011.
  5. R. B. Aldridge, M. Zanotto, L. Ballerini, R. B. Fisher, J. L. Rees, Novice identification of melanoma: not quite as straightforward as the ABCDs, Acta Dermato-Venereologica, 2(91), pp 125-130, 2011. ABCD melanoma 2011
  6. R. B. Aldridge, D. Glodzik, L. Ballerini, R. B. Fisher, J. L. Rees, The utility of non-rule based visual matching as a strategy to allow novices to achieve skin lesion diagnosis, Acta Dermato-Venereologica, vol 91, pp 279-283, 2011,  Utility of matching
  7. R. B. Aldridge, X. Li, L. Ballerini, R. B. Fisher, J. L. Rees, Teaching Dermatology Using 3-Dimensional Virtual Reality, Correspondence, Archives of Dermatology, 146(10), Oct 2010. A draft version is here.
  8. X. Li, B. Aldridge, J. Rees, R. B. Fisher, Estimating the ground truth from multiple individual segmentations with application to skin lesion segmentation, Proc. Medical Image Understanding and Analysis, Coventry, pp 101-106, 2010.
  9. L. Ballerini, X. Li, R. B. Fisher, B. Aldridge, J. Rees, Content-Based Image Retrieval of Skin Lesions by Evolutionary Feature Synthesis, Proc 12th Euro. Workshop on Evolutionary Computation in Image Analysis and Signal Processing, Istanbul, pp 312-319, April 2010.
  10. N. A. Laskaris, L. Ballerini, R. B. Fisher, B. Aldridge, J. Rees, Fuzzy Description of Skin Lesions, Proc. SPIE Medical Imaging, Paper 7627-42, San Diego, pp 762717-1 to 762717-10, 2010.
  11. X. Li, B. Aldridge, L. Ballerini, B. Fisher, and J. Rees, “Depth Data Improves Skin Lesion Segmentation”, Proc. 12th Int. Conf. on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI), London, pp 1100-1107, 2009.
  12. L. Ballerini, X. Li, R. B. Fisher, J. Rees, “A Query-by-Example Content-Based Image Retrieval System of Non-Melanoma Skin Lesions”, Proc. MICCAI-09 Workshop MCBR-CDS 2009: Medical Content-based Retrieval for Clinical Decision Support, London, B. Caputo et al. (Eds.): MCBR_CBS 2009, LNCS 5853, pp. 10–17. Springer, Heidelberg, 2009.
  13. S. McDonagh, R. B. Fisher, J. Rees, “Using 3D information for classification of non-melanoma skin lesions”, Proc. Medical Image Understanding and Analysis, Dundee, pp 164-168, 2008.
  14. J.L. Rees, Y. Bisset, T. Lukins, C. Urquhart, H. Ravidranath, R. Fisher, “3D visualisation of skin lesions in photogrammetry”, Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 127(S19), 2007.
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Clinical academic and skin watcher at the University of Edinburgh

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