ROLE OF MACHINE VISION FOR IDENTIFICATION OF KIDNEY STONES USING MULTI FEATURES ANALYSIS

  • Salman Qadri Department of Computer Science MNS-University of Agriculture Multan
Keywords: Region of Interest (ROI), Grey Level Co-occurrence Matrix (GLCM), Run Length Matrix (RLM), Multi Layer Perception (MLP)

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to highlight the significance of machine vision for the Classification of kidney stone identification. A novel optimized fused texture features frame work was designed to identify the stones in kidney.  A fused 234 texture feature namely (GLCM, RLM and Histogram) feature set was acquired by each region of interest (ROI). It was observed that on each image 8 ROI’s of sizes (16x16, 20x20 and 22x22) were taken. It was difficult to handle a large feature space 280800 (1200x234). Now to overcome this data handling issue we have applied feature optimization technique namely POE+ACC and acquired 30 most optimized features set for each ROI. The optimized fused features data set 3600(1200x30) was used to four machine vision Classifiers that is Random Forest, MLP, j48 and Naïve Bayes. Finally, it was observed that Random Forest provides best results of 90% accuracy on ROI 22x22 among the above discussed deployed Classifiers

Published
2021-09-12
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