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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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MRI Brain Tumor Image Classification Using Morphological operations and Neural Network Algorithm

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Rahul Mapari, Sangeeta Kakarwal , Ratnadeep Deshmukh



MRI Brain Tumor, Neural Network, Wavelet Transformation, Morphological Operators and Feature Extraction method.



Presently, the brain tumor had risen up to large scale. Designing an automated process to recognize the tumor from MRI pictures is essential. MRI brain Image is the frame muscle that had been generated through gradual adding up of the irregular cells and it is essential to detect the brain tumor from the MRI for diagnosis. In addition, brain MRI tumor recognition and classification is the routing method for the human research. The understanding of the pictures is dependent on the arranged and open classification of brain MRI and different methods had been planned. The data recognized with the atomically design structure and possible anomalous cells that are notable to treat provided by the MRI Image segmentation on brain. The planed scheme used the NN and wavelet transformation approach for the desired segmentation and classification method which is done through layer based classified method. In proposed work, initially the self-organized map NN trained the extracted characteristics from DWT merge wavelet, and output morphological features and filter factors were subsequently trained by NN and testing procedure is accomplished in two phases. The planned NN classified scheme categorized the brain tumor in binary trained procedure that provides preferred presentation above conventional classification technique. The planned method has been validated along with the provision of the actual information database and experiment analysis improved the performance rate.



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