Opportunities and Challenges: Classification of Skin Disease Based on Deep Learning
Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering, November 2021
Bin Zhang, Xue Zhou, Yichen Luo, Hao Zhang, Huayong Yang, Jien Ma, Liang Ma
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