Biomedical image classification using seagull optimization with deep learning for colon and lung cancer diagnosis

Thiyagarajan Manoharan, Ramalingam Velvizhi, Tarun Kumar Juluru, Shoaib Kamal, Shrabani Mallick, Ezudheen Puliyanjalil


Traditional health care relies on biomedical image categorization to identify and treat various medical conditions. In machine learning and medical imaging, biomedical image classification for colon and lung cancer diagnosis is significant. The work focuses on building novel models and algorithms to accurately detect and categorize tumorous lesions using computer tomography (CT) scans and histopathology slides. These systems use image processing, deep learning (DL), and convolutional neural networks (CNN) to assist medical professionals diagnose cancer sooner and improve patient outcomes. Biomedical image classification using seagull optimization with deep learning (BIC-SGODL) addresses colon and lung cancer diagnosis. The BIC-SGODL method improves cancer diagnosis using hyperparameter optimized DL model. BIC-SGODL utilizes DenseNet to learn complicated features. The convolutional long short-term memory (CLSTM) standard captures spatiotemporal information in sequential picture data. Finally, the SGO method adjusts hyperparameters to improve model performance and generalization. BIC-SGODL performs well with biomedical image dataset simulations. Thus, medical picture cancer diagnosis may be automated using BIC-SGODL.


Deep learning; Magnetic resonance imaging; Medical imaging; Seagull optimization algorithm; X-ray

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Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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