Image Processing-Based Lung Cancer Detection Using Adaptive CNN Mixed Sine Cosine Crow Search Algorithm in Medical Applications

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Ivan Zellar


Medical image processing relies heavily on the diagnosis of lung cancer images. It aids doctors in determining the correct diagnosis and management. For many patients, lung cancer ranks among the most deadly diseases. Many lives can be saved if cancerous growth is diagnosed early. Computed Tomography (CT) is a critical diagnostic technique for lung cancer. There was also an issue with finding lung cancer due to the time constraints in using the various diagnostic methods. In this study, an Adaptive CNN Mixed Sine Cosine Crow Search (ACNN-SCCS) strategy is proposed to assess the presence of lung cancer in CT images based on the imaging technique. Accordingly, the presented classification scheme is used to assess these traits and determine whether or not the samples include cancerous cells. To obtain the highest level of accuracy for our research the proposed technique is analyzed and compared to many other approaches, and its performance metrics (detection accuracy, precision, f1-score, recall, and root-mean-squared error) are examined.

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Zellar, I. . (2022). Image Processing-Based Lung Cancer Detection Using Adaptive CNN Mixed Sine Cosine Crow Search Algorithm in Medical Applications. International Journal on Future Revolution in Computer Science &Amp; Communication Engineering, 8(1), 32–39.


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