Early Detection of Medical Image Analysis by Using Machine Learning Method

Khasawneh, A M, Bukhari, A, Al-Khasawneh, M A and Koundal, D (2022) Early Detection of Medical Image Analysis by Using Machine Learning Method. Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine, 2022. pp. 1-11. ISSN 1748-670X

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We develop effective medical image classification techniques, with an emphasis on histopathology and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The trainer utilized the curriculum as a starting point for a set of data and a restricted number of samples, and we used it as a starting point for a set of data. As calibrating a machine learning model is difficult, we used alternative methods as unsupervised feature extracts or weight-conditioning factors for identifying pathological histology pictures. As a result, the pretrained models will be trained on 3-channel RGB pictures, while the MRI sample has more slices. To alter the working model using the MRI data, the convolutional neural network (CNN) must be fine-tuned. Pretrained models are placed and then used as feature snippets. However, there is a scarcity of well-done medical photos, making training machine learning models a difficult endeavor to begin with. In any case, data augmentation aids in the generation of sufficient training samples; however, it is unclear if data augmentation aids in the prediction of unknown data samples. As a result, we fine-tuned machine learning models without using any additional data. Furthermore, rather than utilizing a standard machine learning classifier for the MRI data, we created a unique CNN that uses both 3D shear descriptors and deep features as input. This custom network identifies the MRI sample after processing our representation of the characteristics from beginning to end. On the hidden MRI dataset, our bespoke CNN outperforms traditional machine learning. Our CNN model is less prone to overfitting as a result of this. Furthermore, we have given cutting-edge outcomes employing machine learning.

Affiliation: Skyline University College
SUC Author(s): Al-Khasawneh, M A ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1698-0237
All Author(s): Khasawneh, A M, Bukhari, A, Al-Khasawneh, M A and Koundal, D
Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Medical Image, Machine Learning
Subjects: B Information Technology > BL Machine Learning
Divisions: Skyline University College > School of IT
Depositing User: Mr Veeramani Rasu
Date Deposited: 21 May 2022 11:26
Last Modified: 21 May 2022 11:26
URI: https://research.skylineuniversity.ac.ae/id/eprint/199
Publisher URL: https://doi.org/10.1155/2022%2F3041811
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