Towards the Application of Machine Learning to Predict Astrocytoma Detection


Towards the Application of Machine Learning to Predict Astrocytoma Detection – This paper proposes a Deep Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) architecture for the purpose of Astrocytoma Classification. The proposed architecture utilizes an iteratively updated convolutional net to map the Astro cytoplasm to a local region that is the same from neuron-to-neuron. The Astro cytoplasm is generated by a mixture of two groups of neurons, each group is selected to represent the same type of disease. All groups of neurons are connected to a shared local region that represents the same type of disease under current state. A new network is proposed to learn the different types of disease in a local region. The proposed network is trained using two CNNs, and a novel Deep Neural Network (DNN) is trained to learn the different types of disease. In this work of learning, the proposed network is trained in a convolutional net, and a new CNN is applied to the extracted graph of neurons at hand. The learned network is used to improve accuracy on the Astrocytoma classification task. Results show that a network trained in this manner is able to classify all types of disease.

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Towards the Application of Machine Learning to Predict Astrocytoma Detection

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