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Classification of malignant melanoma and benign skin lesion by using back propagation neural network and ABCD rule

Publication Type : Journal Article

Publisher : Cluster Computing

Source : Cluster Computing, Springer New York LLC, p.12897–12907 (2019)

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Keywords : ABCD rule, Back propagation neural networks, Backpropagation, Border detection, Dermatology, Dermoscopy, Diagnosis, extraction, Feature extraction, Malignant melanoma, Melanoma, Multi-classification, Neural networks, Oncology, Symmetry recognition, Tumors

Campus : Bengaluru

School : School of Engineering

Department : Electrical and Electronics

Year : 2019

Abstract : Distinctive human cancer could be a standout amongst the foremost dangerous disorder that is essentially caused by hereditary insecurity of various sub-atomic changes. Among many sorts of human growth, neoplasm is that the most generally recognized one. To acknowledge skin growth at a starting amount we’ll examine and break down them through totally different ways named as division and highlight extraction. Here, we have a tendency to center dangerous malignant melanoma skin growth, (because of the high centralization of Melanoma-Heir we provide our skin, within the stratum layer of the skin) recognition. In this, we have a tendency to used our ABCD manage dermoscopy innovation for harmful malignant melanoma neoplasm recognition. During this framework distinctive advance for malignant melanoma skin injury portrayal i.e., initial the Image Acquisition Technique, pre-preparing, division, characterize highlight for skin Feature choice decides sore portrayal, characterization ways. within the Feature extraction by advanced image getting ready strategy incorporates, symmetry recognition, border detection, shading, and dimension discovery and moreover we have a tendency to used LBP for separate the surface based mostly highlights and In order to obtain pattern wise features. Here we have a tendency to plan the rear propagation neural network to rearrange the type or harmful stage. Because neural network can give multi classification results and can back propagate to hidden layers. © 2018 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature

Cite this Research Publication : M. Monisha, Suresh, A., Bapu, B. R. T., and Dr. Rashmi M. R., “Classification of malignant melanoma and benign skin lesion by using back propagation neural network and ABCD rule”, Cluster Computing, pp. 12897–12907, 2019.

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