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Hyperparameter Tuned Deep Hybrid Denoising Autoencoder Breast Cancer Classification on Digital Mammograms

Manar Ahmed Hamza*

Department of Computer and Self Development, Preparatory Year Deanship, Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University, AlKharj, Saudi Arabia

* Corresponding Author: Manar Ahmed Hamza. Email: email

Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing 2023, 36(3), 2879-2895.


Breast Cancer (BC) is considered the most commonly scrutinized cancer in women worldwide, affecting one in eight women in a lifetime. Mammography screening becomes one such standard method that is helpful in identifying suspicious masses’ malignancy of BC at an initial level. However, the prior identification of masses in mammograms was still challenging for extremely dense and dense breast categories and needs an effective and automatic mechanisms for helping radiotherapists in diagnosis. Deep learning (DL) techniques were broadly utilized for medical imaging applications, particularly breast mass classification. The advancements in the DL field paved the way for highly intellectual and self-reliant computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) systems since the learning capability of Machine Learning (ML) techniques was constantly improving. This paper presents a new Hyperparameter Tuned Deep Hybrid Denoising Autoencoder Breast Cancer Classification (HTDHDAE-BCC) on Digital Mammograms. The presented HTDHDAE-BCC model examines the mammogram images for the identification of BC. In the HTDHDAE-BCC model, the initial stage of image preprocessing is carried out using an average median filter. In addition, the deep convolutional neural network-based Inception v4 model is employed to generate feature vectors. The parameter tuning process uses the binary spider monkey optimization (BSMO) algorithm. The HTDHDAE-BCC model exploits chameleon swarm optimization (CSO) with the DHDAE model for BC classification. The experimental analysis of the HTDHDAE-BCC model is performed using the MIAS database. The experimental outcomes demonstrate the betterments of the HTDHDAE-BCC model over other recent approaches.


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M. A. Hamza, "Hyperparameter tuned deep hybrid denoising autoencoder breast cancer classification on digital mammograms," Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing, vol. 36, no.3, pp. 2879–2895, 2023.

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