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A radon-based convolutional neural network for medical image retrieval

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posted on 2024-06-04, 14:06 authored by A Khatami, M Babaie, HR Tizhoosh, Asef NazariAsef Nazari, Abbas KhosraviAbbas Khosravi, S Nahavandi
Image classification and retrieval systems have gained more attention because of easier access to high-tech medical imaging. However, the lack of availability of large-scaled balanced labelled data in medicine is still a challenge. Simplicity, practicality, efficiency, and effectiveness are the main targets in medical domain. To achieve these goals, Radon transformation, which is a well-known technology in medical field, is utilized along with a deep network to propose a retrieval system for a highly imbalanced medical benchmark. The main contribution of this study is to propose a deep model which is trained on the Radon-based transformed input data. The experimental results show that applying this transformation as input to feed into a convolutional neural network, significantly increases the performance, compared with other retrieval systems. The proposed scheme clearly increases the retrieval performance, compared with almost all models which use Radon transformation to retrieve medical images.

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Journal

International journal of engineering

Volume

31

Pagination

910-915

Location

Tehran, Iran

ISSN

2423-7167

eISSN

1735-9244

Language

persian

Publication classification

C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

Issue

6

Publisher

Materials and Energy Research Center (M E R C)

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