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Title: RMID: a novel and efficient image descriptor for mammogram mass classification
Authors: Obaidullah, Sk
Ahmed, S.
Rato, Luis
Gonçalves, Teresa
Keywords: Image descriptor
mammogram image
breast cancer
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Sk Md Obaidullah, Sajib Ahmed, and Luı́s Rato Teresa Gonçalves. RMID: a novel and ef- ficient image descriptor for mammogram mass classification. In ITSRCP2018 - Information Technology, Computational and Experimental Physics, volume (to appear) of Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, page (to appear). Springer, 2018.
Abstract: For mammogram image analysis, feature extraction is the most crucial step when machine learning techniques are applied. In this paper, we propose RMID (Radon-based Multi-resolution Image Descriptor), a novel image descriptor for mammogram mass classification, which perform efficiently without any clinical information. For the present experimental framework, we found that, in terms of area under the ROC curve (AUC), the proposed RMID outperforms, upto some extent, previous reported experiments using histogram based hand-crafted methods, namely Histogram of Oriented Gradient (HOG) and Histogram of Gradient Divergence (HGD) and also Convolution Neural Network (CNN). We also found that the highest AUC value (0.986) is obtained when using only the carniocaudal (CC) view compared to when using only the mediolateral oblique (MLO) (0.738) or combining both views (0.838). These results thus proves the effectiveness of CC view over MLO for better mammogram mass classification.
Type: article
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