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Keio Research Highlights: Automatically classifying manga; Standing tall ― Upright CT shows great diagnostic potential ―

October 31, 2019



Automatically classifying manga

Librarians classify manga only as "manga publications" although their contents cover genres ranging from comedy to textbooks and serious nonfiction, just like regular books.
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Standing tall ― Upright CT shows great diagnostic potential ―

Visualizing the effect of gravity on our bodies
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