International Journal Of Computer Aided Engineering And Technology Impact Factor – Melanoma is considered one of the most malignant, metastatic and dangerous forms of skin cancer that can cause death. The curability and survival of this type of skin cancer directly depends on the diagnosis and removal of melanoma in the early stages. The accuracy of the clinical diagnosis of melanoma with the naked eye is only about 60%, depending only on the knowledge and experience that each doctor has acquired. The need for computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) has increased to be used as a non-invasive auxiliary tool for physicians as a second opinion to increase the accuracy of detection as well as to provide information on basic optical characteristics for their identification. The ultimate goal of this research is to design an automated, low-cost computerized system for the diagnosis of melanoma skin cancer in order to increase the flexibility and availability of the system. Also, explore the extent to which melanoma diagnosis can be influenced by using clinical photographic images instead of dermoscopic images, given that both apply to the same automated diagnosis system. Texture features are extracted from 140 pigmented skin lesions (PSL) based on gray-level co-occurrence matrix (GLCM), effective features are selected by ranking Fisher scores and then classified using artificial neural network (ANN), the whole system is processed through interactive graphical user interface (GUI) to achieve simplicity. The results revealed a high performance of the proposed CAD system for differentiating melanoma from melanocytic skin tumors using texture analysis when applied to clinical photographic images with a prediction accuracy of 100% for the training phase and 91% for the testing phase. Also, the results showed that the use of this type of images provides a high predictive accuracy for the diagnosis of melanoma relevant to dermoscopic images, considering that photographic clinical images are obtained using a cheaper consumer that show a certain degree of accuracy towards the edges of our field of view.
Mai Said Mabrouk graduated from the Department of Systems and Biomedical Engineering, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt, in 2000. She received her master’s degree and doctorate in biomedical engineering at the same school in 2004 and 2008, respectively. He has been a lecturer at the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Misr University of Science and Technology (MUST) since August 2008. He has several research articles in the field of image processing and bioinformatics. Her research interests include biomedical image processing, bioinformatics and digital signal processing in addition to genomic signal processing.
International Journal Of Computer Aided Engineering And Technology Impact Factor
Mabrouk, M. S., Sheha, M., & Sharavi, A. A. (2013). Computer-aided diagnosis of melanoma skin cancer using clinical photographic images. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY, 10(8), 1922–1929. https://doi.org/10.24297/ijct.v10i8.1474 Measures weighted citations received by the journal. Citation weighting depends on the categories and prestige of the quoting journal.
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IJCAET is a journal of emerging knowledge, research research and applications that highlight the possibilities and limitations of computer-aided engineering and technology in today’s era of life-cycle and knowledge-based manufacturing. Contributions dealing with both academic research and industrial practice are included. IJCAET is designed to be a multidisciplinary, fully peer-reviewed and international journal. Read less
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