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The problem of Cortical Surface Reconstruction from magnetic resonance imaging has been traditionally addressed using lengthy pipelines of image processing techniques like FreeSurfer, CAT, or CIVET. These frameworks require very long runtimes deemed unfeasible for real-time applications and unpractical for large-scale studies. Recently, supervised deep learning approaches have been introduced to speed up this task cutting down the reconstruction time from hours to seconds. Using thearXiv:2206.06598v1 fatcat:2lkklx27uza2rcmien5yhlfp4y