Skin Cancer Detection Using Support Vector Machine Learning Classification based on Particle Swarm Optimization Capabilities

  • Ding-Yu Fei Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Osamah Almasiri Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Azhar Rafig Virginia Commonwealth University
Keywords: Skin cancer detection, Melanoma, Benign, Particle swarm optimization (PSO), Image feature extraction, Support vector machine (SVM)

Abstract

Skin cancer continues to be a common malignancy that has steadily increased each year. The need for early detection of such skin lesions is critical to preventing further medical complications. The main method for detection of skin cancer is by microscopic examination of skin lesions. Great efforts have been placed to use computer aided technologies for the analysis of skin lesions. In this study, we present a method for an algorithm design using Support Vector Machine (SVM) learning classification based on Particle swarm optimization (PSO) principles in order to improve the accuracy of skin lesion image analysis and classification for further diagnosis. Hospital Pedro Hispano (PH²) dataset with 200 images is used for this study. The method presented here incorporates 46 texture features in order to complete comprehensive image analytics and classification. The proposed method demonstrates an opportunity to explore best possible criteria in image analytics for clinical decision support.

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Published
2020-08-01
How to Cite
Fei, D.-Y., Almasiri, O., & Rafig, A. (2020). Skin Cancer Detection Using Support Vector Machine Learning Classification based on Particle Swarm Optimization Capabilities. Transactions on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, 8(4), 01-13. https://doi.org/10.14738/tmlai.84.8415