Prediction of Lung Cancer using Ensemble Classifiers

G. Ashwin Shanbhag, K. Anurag Prabhu, N. V.Subba Reddy, B. Ashwath Rao

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Carcinoma detection from CT scan images is extremely necessary for numerous diagnostic and healing applications. Because of the excessive amount of information in CT scan images and blurred boundaries, tumor segmentation and class are extremely laborious. The intention is to categorize carcinoma into benign and malignant categories. In MR pictures, the number of facts is a lot for interpreting and evaluating manually. Over the previous few years, carcinoma detection in CT has grown to be a rising evaluation space in the area of the scientific imaging system. Correct detection of length and site of lung cancer performs a vital position in the designation of carcinoma. In this paper, we introduce a novel carcinoma detection methodology that helps in predicting the carcinoma from the CT scanned images. The methodology has 4 different stages, pre-processing the image data, segmentation, extracting features, and classification stage to categorize the benign and malignant. This work makes use of extraordinary models for detecting carcinoma in a CT test via way of means of constructing an ensemble classifier. Techniques proposed in the paper helped us achieve an accuracy of 85% using Ensemble-Classifier which showcases that model has the capability of predicting the malignant cases correctly. The ensemble classifier consists of 5 machine learning models like SVM, LR, MLP, decision tree, and KNN. The inevitable parameters like accuracy, recall, and precision is calculated to determine the accurate results of the classifier.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012007
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 11-01-2022
Event1st International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Computational Electronics and Communication System, AICECS 2021 - Manipal, Virtual, India
Duration: 28-10-202130-10-2021

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Physics and Astronomy(all)


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