Artificial neural network classification-based skin cancer detection

@inproceedings{Devi2017ArtificialNN,
  title={Artificial neural network classification-based skin cancer detection},
  author={Mp Shyamala Devi and A. R. Neena Sruthi and P. Balamurugan},
  year={2017}
}
At present, skin cancers are extremely the most severe and life-threatening kind of cancer. The majority of the pores and skin cancers are completely remediable at premature periods. Therefore, a premature recognition of pores and skin cancer can effectively protect the patients. Due to the progress of modern technology, premature recognition is very easy to identify. It is not extremely complicated to discover the affected pores and skin cancers with the exploitation of Artificial Neural… CONTINUE READING

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