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A Framework base analyzing cancer cells in blood Image segmentation by using convolution neural networks

Author: V. KAKULAPATI, S. MAHENDER REDDY
Abstract: The identification and characterization of blood cells for the diagnosis of diseases is considered as an invasive method because it requires extracting blood samples for the analysis. Many types of research described detecting and categorizing blood cells by implemented in medical applications such as Convolutional auto-encoders. With these methods, the performance in deep Convolutional neural networks for classifying image data is stacking. We propose a flexible Convolutional automatic detection of cancer cells in blood images by utilizing the conventional neural network with image segmentation. The Convolutional neural networks trained by a labeled training dataset of blood cell images where they repeatedly acquire the characteristics of a diseased and further use these features to detect the disease in the test images This system illustrated in blood image acquisition, image segmentation and detection of cancer cell modules, homomorphic feature extraction. Automated summaries of erythrocytes from digital blood cell images by proficient machine learning approaches would enhance the throughput and value of morphologic analysis. In this regard, we implemented to evaluate the performance of image segmentation of blood cell images for Convolutional neural networks (CNNs ) applied to the classification of erythrocytes based on morphology. Prototypical and its functions are employed to hypothesis the Convolutional neural network and to prepare and assess the neural network. This technique of deep learning/machine learning to diagnose cancer cells is less timing consuming, almost accurate, and can handle hundreds of test blood cell images simultaneously. Thus assistance a considerable number of patients receive treatment in the probable initial stages of the cancer disease.
Keyword: cancer, training, neural, classification, images, enterocyte, blood
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.01.017
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