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Explain in steps what the method does, while keeping in mind that the reader should be able to reproduce your method. If your method is available for download, you can instead explain the steps for getting the method working using your executable or link. | Explain in steps what the method does, while keeping in mind that the reader should be able to reproduce your method. If your method is available for download, you can instead explain the steps for getting the method working using your executable or link. | ||

− | Equations can be inserted by using LaTeX formulae between <nowiki><math></math></nowiki> tags, see [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Math the manual] for more help on using math on the Wiki. | + | Equations can be inserted by using LaTeX formulae between <nowiki><math></math></nowiki> tags, see [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Math the manual] for more help on using math on the Wiki. An example equation: <math>y=x^2</math> |

==Link to website or Link to executable or Additional information== | ==Link to website or Link to executable or Additional information== |

## Latest revision as of 12:19, 8 July 2014

A AuthorA, B AuthorB, C AuthorC (Department, University, Country) Title of the work

*By clicking "Edit" in the top right corner, you can see the syntax for making headings, lists and links.*

## Contents

## Summary

What features does the method use? Which classifier is used? What training data? What is the computation time?

## Stepwise explanation

Explain in steps what the method does, while keeping in mind that the reader should be able to reproduce your method. If your method is available for download, you can instead explain the steps for getting the method working using your executable or link.

Equations can be inserted by using LaTeX formulae between <math></math> tags, see the manual for more help on using math on the Wiki. An example equation:

## Link to website or Link to executable or Additional information

- An example link to the CADDementia website
- An example link to a file (the CADDementia data usage agreement)
- Any relevant information

## References

- Bron et al. (2014) Challenge on Computer-Aided Diagnosis of Dementia Based on Structural MRI Data

## Contact

If you have any question regarding the use of this Wiki, please contact Esther Bron.

Esther Bron - Biomedical Imaging Group Rotterdam, Erasmuc MC, the Netherlands - caddementia@bigr.nl