Identifying Lung Cancer Using CT Scan Images Based On Artificial Intelligence

MD. Ismail Hossain Sadhin, Methila Farzana Woishe, Nila Sultana, Tamanna Zaman Bristy


Lung cancer appears to be the common reason behind the death of human beings at some stage on the planet. Early detection of lung cancers can growth the possibility of survival amongst human beings. The preferred 5-years survival rate for lung most cancers sufferers will increase from 16% to 50% if the disease is detected in time. Although computerized tomography (CT) is frequently more efficient than X-ray. However, the problem regarded to merge way to time constraints in detecting this lung cancer concerning the numerous diagnosing strategies used. Hence, a lung cancer detection system that usage of image processing is hired to categorize lung cancer in CT images. In image processing procedures, procedures like image pre-processing, segmentation, and have extraction are mentioned intimately. This paper is pointing to set off the extra precise comes approximately through making use of distinctive improve and department procedures. In this proposal paper, the proposed method is built in some filter and segmentation that pre-process the data and classify the trained data. After the classification and trained WONN-MLB method is used to reduce the time complexity of finding result. Therefore, our research goal is to get the maximum result of lung cancer detection.

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