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Health of Things Melanoma Detection System—detection and segmentation of melanoma in dermoscopic images applied to edge computing using deep learning and fine-tuning models

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Health of Things Melanoma Detection System—detection and segmentation of melanoma in dermoscopic images applied to edge computing using deep learning and fine-tuning models
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Frontiers in Communications and Networks, June 2024
DOI 10.3389/frcmn.2024.1376191
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José Jerovane Da Costa Nascimento, Adriell Gomes Marques, Yasmim Osório Adelino Rodrigues, Guilherme Freire Brilhante Severiano, Icaro de Sousa Rodrigues, Carlos Dourado, Luís Fabrício De Freitas Souza

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#21,268,316
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#2
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