Mixture Model Segmentation System for Parasagittal Meningioma brain Tumor Classification based on Hybrid Feature Vector
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Meningioma is the one of the most common type of brain tumor, it as arises from the meninges and encloses the spine and the brain inside the skull. It accounts for 30% of all types of brain tumor. Meningioma’s can occur in many parts of the brain and accordingly it is named. In this paper, a mixture model based classification of meningioma brain tumor using MRI image is developed. The proposed method consists of four stages. In the first stage, with respect to the cells’ boundary, it is necessary to further processing, which ensures the boundary of some cells is a discrete region. Mathematical Morphology brings a fancy result during the discrete processing. Accurate cancer cell nucleus segmentation is necessary for automated cytological image analysis. Thresholding is a crucial step in segmentation..An adaptive binarization technique is an important step for medical image analysis.Finally, a novel hybrid Fuzzy SVM is designed in the classification stage meningioma brain tumor. The tumor classification results of proposed feature extraction with SVM is 74.24%, MM with FSVM is 82.67% and MM with RBF is 62.71% and our proposed method MM with Hybrid SVM is 91.64%.
KeywordsMRI Texture Feature extraction Classification brain tumor SVM
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