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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 11: Blue grids above are with the same size (224 × 224) of the input layer of PyramidNet. The red circle spots the suspicious region detected by the radiologists (a). A patch (yellow square) centered on a keypoint (green dot) that does not intercept any suspicious region (b) is a false positive (FP). A patch (yellow square) centered on a keypoint that intercepts the suspicious region (c) is a true positive (TP). In the last case (d), we count the blue dotted patch containing the suspicious region as a false negative (the system was able to detect only a false positive, see the yellow square)

Figure 11: Blue grids above are with the same size (224 × 224) of the input layer of PyramidNet. The red circle spots the suspicious region detected by the radiologists (a). A patch (yellow square) centered on a keypoint (green dot) that does not intercept any suspicious region (b) is a false positive (FP). A patch (yellow square) centered on a keypoint that intercepts the suspicious region (c) is a true positive (TP). In the last case (d), we count the blue dotted patch containing the suspicious region as a false negative (the system was able to detect only a false positive, see the yellow square)