Can model observers be developed to reproduce radiologists' diagnostic performances? Our study says not so fast!
Applying the J-optimal channelized quadratic observer to SPECT myocardial perfusion defect detection
Identification of error making patterns in lesion detection on digital breast tomosynthesis using computer-extracted image features
Location- and lesion-dependent estimation of background tissue complexity for anthropomorphic model observer
Task-based detectability comparison of exponential transformation of free-response operating characteristic (EFROC) curve and channelized Hotelling observer (CHO)
Performance comparison of quantitative semantic features and lung-RADS in the National Lung Screening Trial
Detection of pulmonary nodule growth with dose reduced chest tomosynthesis: a human observer study using simulated nodules
Assessing nodule detection on lung cancer screening CT: the effects of tube current modulation and model observer selection on detectability maps
Ranking inconsistencies in the assessment of digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) reconstruction algorithms using a location-known task and a search task
Investigation on location-dependent detectability of a small mass for digital breast tomosynthesis evaluation
Varying performance in mammographic interpretation across two countries: Do results indicate reader or population variances?
Luminance level of a monitor: influence on detectability and detection rate of breast cancer in 2D mammography
Investigating the link between the radiological experience and the allocation of an 'equivocal finding'
Importance of the grayscale in early assessment of image quality gains with iterative CT reconstruction
Predicting radiologists' true and false positive decisions in reading mammograms by using gaze parameters and image-based features
Breast ultrasound lesions classification: a performance evaluation between manual delineation and computer segmentation
Changes in frequency of recall recommendations of examinations depicting cancer with the availability of either priors or digital breast tomosynthesis
Cellular automata segmentation of the boundary between the compacta of vertebral bodies and surrounding structures
Variability amongst radiographers in the categorization of clinical acceptability for digital trauma radiography