Author : N.Rabecca 1
Date of Publication :30th March 2018
Abstract: Lung cancer is one of the most dangerous cancer types in the world. Early detection can save the life and increase the survivability of patients. In this project we obtain a solution for lung cancer symptom detection by applying Shape based image retrieval (SBIR). Our algorithm is broadly divided into three parts, at first part we accept the data set of cancer symptoms which is a generalized way for creating the patterns for Lung Cancer Framework, and in the second part we find the relevant data from the patterns using segmentation approach. We can choose the frequent symptoms only by using the threshold value. Based on the threshold value we decide whether it’s a cancer cell or non-cancer cell. We initialize the cancer cell value to support the pattern of cancer symptoms. It is updated in each trial. By updating the cancer cell value in each step we can check the symptom precision which either increases the accuracy or decreases it. Finally result analysis can prove by the appropriately using artificial neural network algorithm.
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