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Endoscopic Vision Challenge (EndoVis19)

2019

The aim is to provide a formal framework for evaluating the current state of the art, gather researchers in the field and provide high quality data with protocols for validating endoscopic vision algorithms.

Technical Committee: Bio Imaging and Signal Processing

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