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Classification of Breast Cancer Malignancy Using Cytological Images of Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsies
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We present a framework for automatic malignancy grading of fine needle aspiration biopsy tissue based on preextracted features. Expand
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Evolutionary undersampling boosting for imbalanced classification of breast cancer malignancy
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We propose a complete, fully automatic and efficient clinical decision support system for breast cancer malignancy grading. Expand
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Web–Based Framework For Breast Cancer Classification
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This paper contains a description of the study on the quality of the various algorithms used for the segmentation and classification of breast cancer malignancy. Expand
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Computerized cancer malignancy grading of fine needle aspirates
According to the World Health Organization, breast cancer is a leading cause of death among middle-aged women. Precise diagnosis and correct treatment significantly reduces the high number of deathsExpand
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Influence of feature set reduction on breast cancer malignancy classification of fine needle aspiration biopsies
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We investigated the nature of a wide set of features extracted from biopsy images to determine their discriminatory power and cross-correlation and present an improved classification system for cancer malignancy grading. Expand
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Oversampling Methods for Classification of Imbalanced Breast Cancer Malignancy Data
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We present several state of the art methods, that are based on the oversampling approach, i.e. introduction of artificial objects into the dataset to eliminate the disproportion among classes. Expand
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Comparison of Pleomorphic and Structural Features Used for Breast Cancer Malignancy Classification
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Malignancy of a cancer is one of the most important factors that are taken into consideration during breast cancer. Expand
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One-Class Classification Decomposition for Imbalanced Classification of Breast Cancer Malignancy Data
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In this paper we address a problem arising from the classification of breast cancer malignancy data by applying state-of-the-art methods for imbalanced classification. Expand
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Influence of nuclei segmentation on breast cancer malignancy classification
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We discuss a role of nuclear segmentation from fine needle aspiration biopsy (FNA) slides and its influence on malignancy classification. Expand
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Clinical Validation of Computerized Breast Cancer Malignancy Grading
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