Intelligent deep learning algorithm for lung cancer detection and classification

N. Sudhir Reddy, V. Khanaa

Abstract


Lung cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer mortality. The overlapping of cancer cells makes early diagnosis difficult. When lung cancer is found early, many therapy choices are reduced, the danger of invasive surgery is reduced, and the chance of survival increases. The primary goal of this study work is to identify early-stage lung cancer and categories using an intelligent deep learning algorithm. Following a thorough review of the literature, we discovered that certain classifiers are ineffective while others are almost perfect. In general, several different kinds of images are employed, but computer tomography scanned images are preferable due to their reduced noise. Intelligent deep learning algorithm is one such approach that employs convolutional neural network techniques and has been shown to be the most effective way for medical image processing, lung nodule identification, classification, feature extraction, and lung cancer prediction. The characteristics are taken from the segmented images and classified using intelligent deep learning algorithm. The suggested techniques' performances are assessed based on their accuracy, sensitivity, specificity, recall, and precision.

Keywords


Accuracy; Convolutional neural network; Intelligent deep learning; Lung cancer; Surgery

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v12i3.4579

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