GLCM and CNN Deep Learning Model for Improved MRI Breast Tumors Detection
Keywords:ANOVA, Breast Cancer MRI, CNN, Feature Extraction, GLCM
Breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancer among Iraqi women. MRI has been used in the detection of breast tumors for its efficient performance in the diagnosis process providing high accuracy. In this paper, breast MRI image data from 89 patients were classified using GLCM and CNN feature extraction methods. Four models were evaluated consisting of GLCM, CNN, combined GLCM and CNN features based models. The statistical ANOVA feature selection method was used to reduce the redundant features. The reduced feature subset was fed to CNN classifier for obtaining either normal or abnormal breast images. The proposed method was assessed in terms of accuracy, precision, recall and F1-score. The model provided 100% classification accuracy.
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