Premature interlude detection and classification of breast cancer using ANN classifier

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    Breast cancer has emerged as the main reason behind most cancers deaths amoungwomen. To decrease the emerging issue, cancer should be handled at the early stage, however it's extremely complicated to discover associated diagnose tumors at a premature stage. Manual analysis of cancer is found to be extremely time consumingprocess andincompetent in several scenarios. As a result, there exists a choice for sensibleschemes that identifies the cancerous cell,simultaneouslydeprived of any participation of people and with excessive accuracy. Here, formulated automatic method victimization Artificial Neural Network (ANN)as better intellectual system for breast cancer classification. Image Processingtakes part avitalplace in cancer recognition once input document is inside the style of pixels. Feature extraction of image could be very vital in Mammogram classification. Alternatives feature extraction methods have been developed recently. An absolutely distinctive function extraction method isused for classification of conventional and Normal cancer image classification. This methodology can offer maximum accuracy at a high speed. The applied math parameter encompass entropy, mean, power, correlation, texture, variance .This constraints can act as a inputs to ANN which is adequate enough to identify and provides the outcome whether or not patient is suffering from cancerous or not.

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    Artificial neural network, image processing, statistical parameter.

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Article ID: 10231
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i1.1.10231

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