Analysis Influence Segmentation Image on Classification Image X-raylungs with Method Convolutional Neural
Keywords:Convolutional Neural Network, Image Photo X-ray lungs, Network Nerves, Segmentation image
The impact of image segmentation on the classification of lung X-ray images using Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) has been scrutinized in this study. The dataset used in this research comprises 150 lung X-ray images, distributed as 78 for training, 30 for validation, and 42 for testing. Initially, image data undergoes preprocessing to enhance image quality, employing adaptive histogram equalization to augment contrast and enhance image details. The evaluation of segmentation's influence is based on a comparison between image classification with and without the segmentation process. Segmentation involves the delineation of lung regions through techniques like thresholding, accompanied by various morphological operations such as hole filling, area opening, and labeling. The image classification process employs a CNN featuring 5 convolution layers, the Adam optimizer, and a training period of 30 epochs. The results of this study indicate that the X-ray image dataset achieved a classification accuracy of 59.52% in network testing without segmentation. In contrast, when segmentation was applied to the X-ray image dataset, the accuracy significantly improved to 73.81%. This underscores the segmentation process's ability to enhance network performance, as it simplifies the classification of segmented image patterns.
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