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Paper Title :
A Noval Study on Brain Tumour Detection using Deep Learning Techniques

Author :Priyanka, Gulshan, Divyanaurla

Article Citation :Priyanka ,Gulshan ,Divyanaurla , (2022 ) " A Noval Study on Brain Tumour Detection using Deep Learning Techniques " , International Journal of Advance Computational Engineering and Networking (IJACEN) , pp. 9-13, Volume-10,Issue-10

Abstract : Abstract - Today, tumors are the second most common cause of cancer. More than only as a result of their malignancy, a significant portion of patients is in danger. The medical industry needs a quick, automated, effective, and trustworthy method to find tumors like brain tumors. In the course of treatment, detection is crucial. If accurate tumor diagnosis is achievable, doctors keep a patient out of danger. This application employs a number of image processing techniques. Doctors are able to offer superior care and by using this application, you can help a tone of cancer sufferers. An uncontrolled growth of tissue, known as a tumor cells. All the nutrients intended for healthy cells and tissues are consumed by brain tumor cells once they reach their full size. Currently, doctors use the patient's MR pictures of the brain to manually pinpoint the location and size of a brain tumor. This is quite time consuming and results in inaccurate tumor detection. A tumor is a collection of tissue that is uncontrollably expanding. Due to the large changes in their location and structure, including their uneven shapes and hazy limits, computerized tumor diagnosis is still a difficult process. The mathematics behind deep learning (DL) allowed computer models to include several handling layers that speak to information with varying degrees of discernment. In this paper, with the aid of mind knowledge standardization and fixing methods, a CNN AND MASK R-CNN based profound learning model with covering MASK R-CNN has been developed in this study for the duty of dividing a cerebral tumor. We suggest a unique Mask Region Convolution in this work neural network (Mask RCNN) with transfer learning training and densenet-41 backbone architecture learning for accurate segmentation and categorization of brain cancers. Create a brain tumor detection model utilizing several deep learning techniques to increase the accuracy of the identification, and apply a component determination approach to increase the precision of the arrangement model by select the best component and determining the best result. The optimal model will be projected based on the parameters used to compare the accuracy of brain tumor detection models through research and comparison of CNN with mask R-CNN convolution net-works and mask R-CNN with dense net-41 for handling the brain tumor division issue. Keywords - Brain Tumor, MRI Image Segmentation, CNN, MASK R-CNN, Dense net-41, Deep Learning, Performance Measures.

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-10,Issue-10


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