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Analysis and Detection of Multi Tumor from MRI of Brain using Advance Adaptive Feature Fuzzy C-means (AAFFCM) Algorithm

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  • Department of CSE, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur - 522 510, Andhra Pradesh, India

Abstract


Objectives: The objective of the study focused on the detection of the multi-tumor must involves evaluation of the computer-aided diagnosis systems which use image processing as the main tool for detection, therefore, the performance parameters that agree with the inter observers must be used. Methods: Segmentation is a significant feature of medical image dispensation, where Clustering move toward is extensively used in biomedical application mainly for brain multi tumor detection in irregular Magnetic Resonance Images (MRI). The present approach derives an innovative method for brain tumor analysis and detection based on the support vector machine (SVM) and fuzzy c-means algorithms.. No such study is available to detect the multi-tumor. The present approach is to solve that problem and used to detect multi-tumors. Findings: The proposed AAFFCM approach is a hybrid approach which is a combination of fuzzy c-means and SVM algorithms for detecting multi-tumors in brain. A color base segmentation technique so as to uses the k-means clustering system is to path the multi tumor objects in the Magnetic Resonance (MR) brain images. Improvement: In the proposed approach, the MRI is improved by improvement techniques such as difference development, and Mean stretch. The skull striping operation is performed by using Morphology and double-thresh holding technique. By using Matrix, the specific information is removed from the brain image which is called Grey Level Advance Length Matrix (GLALM). After removing the specific information from the brain, SVM algorithm is used to categorize the brain MRI images, which give precise and more effectual importance for categorization of brain MRI.

Keywords

AAF2CM, Fuzzy C Means, Grey Level Advance length Matrix, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Segmentation, SVM.

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