Brain Tumor Image Research Paper

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In this paper, we have developed a shape feature extraction of MRI brain tumor image retrieval. We used T1 weighted image of MRI brain tumor images. There are two modules: feature extraction process and classification. First, the shape features are extracted using techniques like Scale invariant feature transform (SIFT), Harris corner detection and Zernike moments. Second, the supervised learning algorithms like Deep neural network (DNN) and Extreme learning machine (ELM) are used to classify the brain tumor images. Experiments are performed using 1000 brain tumor images. In the performance evaluation, sensitivity, specificity, accuracy, error rate and f-measure are five measures are used. The Experiment result shows that average
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The diagnosis of brain tumor plays an important role in image processing. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is suited for monitoring and evaluating brain tumors. Coronal, sagittal and axial are the three types of image orientation in brain tumors. The coronal are dividing the body into front and back halves. The sagittal is dividing the body into left and right halves and the axial are dividing the body into upper and lower halves. There are modern techniques used in Digital radiography (X-ray), ultrasound, microscopic imaging (MI), Computed tomography (CT), Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) and Positron emission tomography (PET). MRI is used in the brain for the purpose of bleeding, aneurysms, tumors and …show more content…
Using Hybrid neural network can store and retrieve large-scale patterns combining the pattern decomposition concept and pattern sequence storage and retrieval.

Esther et al,[14] to retrieve brain image using soft computing technique. The shape features are extracted using 2-D Zernike moment. The soft computing technique of Extreme Learning Machine is used with different distance metric measures like Euclidean, Quasi Euclidean, City Block, Hamming distance. The Fuzzy Expectation Maximization Algorithm is used to remove the non-brain portion of the MRI Brain image.

Rajalakshmi et al,[13] a relevance feedback method using a diverse density algorithm is used to improve the performance of content- based medical image Retrieval. The texture features are extracted based on Haralick features, Zernike moments, histogram intensity features and run -length features. The hybrid approach of branch and bound algorithm and artificial bee colony algorithm using brain tumor images. The classification is performed using Fuzzy based Relevance Vector Machine (FRVM) to form groups of relevant image features.

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