Corpus ID: 7406049

Breast Cancer Detection Using Multilevel Thresholding

@article{Rejani2009BreastCD,
  title={Breast Cancer Detection Using Multilevel Thresholding},
  author={Y. Ireaneus Anna Rejani and S. Thamarai Selvi},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2009},
  volume={abs/0911.0490}
}
This paper presents an algorithm which aims to assist the radiologist in identifying breast cancer at its earlier stages. It combines several image processing techniques like image negative, thresholding and segmentation techniques for detection of tumor in mammograms. The algorithm is verified by using mammograms from Mammographic Image Analysis Society. The results obtained by applying these techniques are described. 
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