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A Novel Whale Optimized TGV-FCMS Segmentation with Modified LSTM Classification for Endometrium Cancer Prediction


T. Satya Kiranmai and P.V.Lakshmi


Vol. 23  No. 5  pp. 53-64


Early detection of endometrial carcinoma in uterus is essential for effective treatment. Endometrial carcinoma is the worst kind of endometrium cancer among the others since it is considerably more likely to affect the additional parts of the body if not detected and treated early. Non-invasive medical computer vision, also known as medical image processing, is becoming increasingly essential in the clinical diagnosis of various diseases. Such techniques provide a tool for automatic image processing, allowing for an accurate and timely assessment of the lesion. One of the most difficult aspects of developing an effective automatic categorization system is the absence of huge datasets. Using image processing and deep learning, this article presented an artificial endometrium cancer diagnosis system. The processes in this study include gathering a dermoscopy images from the database, preprocessing, segmentation using hybrid Fuzzy C-Means (FCM) and optimizing the weights using the Whale Optimization Algorithm (WOA). The characteristics of the damaged endometrium cells are retrieved using the feature extraction approach after the Magnetic Resonance pictures have been segmented. The collected characteristics are classified using a deep learning-based methodology called Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM) and Bi-directional LSTM classifiers. After using the publicly accessible data set, suggested classifiers obtain an accuracy of 97% and segmentation accuracy of 93%.


Dermoscopy Image; Deep Learning; Fuzzy C-Means; Long Short Term Memory; Endometrium Cancer Detection; Whale Optimization Technique.