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DermaKNet: Incorporating the knowledge of dermatologists to Convolutional Neural Networks for skin lesion diagnosis
Vol. 23, Issue 2Position Paper
Into the Wild: The Challenges of Physiological Stress Detection in Laboratory and Ambulatory Settings
Stress and mental health have become major concerns worldwide. Research has already extensively investigated physiological signals as quantitative and continuous markers of stress. In recent years the focus of the field has shifted from the laboratory to the ambulatory environment. We provide an overview of physiological stress detection in laboratory settings with a focus on identifying physiological sensing priorities, including electrocardiogram, skin conductance and electromyogram, and the most suitable machine learning techniques, of which the choice depends on the context of the application. Additionally, an overview is given of new challenges ahead to move towards the ambulant environment, including the influence of physical activity, lower signal quality due to motion artifacts, the lack of a stress reference and the subject-dependent nature of the physiological stress response. Finally, several recommendations for future research are listed, focusing on large scale, longitudinal trials across different population groups and just-in-time interventions to move towards disease prevention and interception.
Vol. 23, Issue 2Review Paper on Dermoscopy Image Analysis: Overview and Future Directions
Dermoscopy is a non-invasive skin imaging technique that permits visualization of features of pigmented melanocytic neoplasms that are not discernable by examination with the naked eye. While studies on the automated analysis of dermoscopy images date back to the late 1990s, because of various factors, the field progressed rather slowly in its first two decades.
Vol. 23, Issue 2Special Issue on Skin Lesion Image Analysis for Melanoma Detection
Special Issue on Skin Lesion Image Analysis for Melanoma Detection in Vol. 23, Issue 2
Vol. 23, Issue 2Sensor Informatics
Sensor Informatics articles in Vol. 23, Issue 2
Vol. 23, Issue 2Imaging Informatics
Imaging Informatics articles in Vol. 23, Issue 2
Vol. 23, Issue 2Medical Informatics
Medical Informatics articles in Vol. 23, Issue 2