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Scale Invariant Feature Transform with Crow Optimization for Breast Cancer Detection

A. Selvi*, S. Thilagamani
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, M. Kumarasamy College of Engineering, Karur, 639113, India
* Corresponding Author: A. Selvi. Email: aselviresearch21@outlook.com

Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing https://doi.org/10.32604/iasc.2022.029850

Received 13 March 2022; Accepted 20 April 2022; Published online 10 January 2023


Mammography is considered a significant image for accurate breast cancer detection. Content-based image retrieval (CBIR) contributes to classifying the query mammography image and retrieves similar mammographic images from the database. This CBIR system helps a physician to give better treatment. Local features must be described with the input images to retrieve similar images. Existing methods are inefficient and inaccurate by failing in local features analysis. Hence, efficient digital mammography image retrieval needs to be implemented. This paper proposed reliable recovery of the mammographic image from the database, which requires the removal of noise using Kalman filter and scale-invariant feature transform (SIFT) for feature extraction with Crow Search Optimizationbased the deep belief network (CSO-DBN). This proposed technique decreases the complexity, cost, energy, and time consumption. Training the proposed model using a deep belief network and validation is performed. Finally, the testing process gives better performance compared to existing techniques. The accuracy rate of the proposed work CSO-DBN is 0.9344, whereas the support vector machine (SVM) (0.5434), naïve Bayes (NB) (0.7014), Butterfly Optimization Algorithm (BOA) (0.8156), and Cat Swarm Optimization (CSO) (0.8852).


SIFT; Kalman filter; crow search optimization; deep neural network; noise removal
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