Comparison of Feedforward Network and Radial Basis Function to Detect Leukemia

TitleComparison of Feedforward Network and Radial Basis Function to Detect Leukemia
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsBagwari, P., B. Saxena, M. Balodhi, and V. Bijalwan
JournalInternational Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence
IssueSpecial Issue on 3D Medicine and Artificial Intelligence
Date Published09/2017

Leukemia is a fast growing cancer also called as blood cancer. It normally originates near bone marrow. The need for automatic leukemia detection system rises ever since the existing working methods include labor-intensive inspection of the blood marking as the initial step in the direction of diagnosis. This is very time consuming and also the correctness of the technique rest on the worker’s capability. This paper describes few image segmentation and feature extraction methods used for leukemia detection. Analyzing through images is very important as from images; diseases can be detected and diagnosed at earlier stage. From there, further actions like controlling, monitoring and prevention of diseases can be done. Images are used as they are cheap and do not require expensive testing and lab equipment. The system will focus on white blood cells disease, leukemia. Changes in features will be used as a classifier input.

KeywordsClustering, Feature Selection, Kmeans, Medicine, Test
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