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Classification of Digital Mammogram based on Nearest-Neighbor Method for Breast Cancer Detection

Anggrek Citra Nusantara, Endah Purwanti, Soegianto Soelistiono

 

Abstract: Breast cancer can be
detected using digital mammograms. In this research study, a system is designed
to classify digital mammograms into two classes, namely normal and abnormal,
using the k-Nearest Neighbor (kNN) method. Prior to classification, the region
of interest (ROI) of a mammogram is cropped, and the feature is extracted using
the wavelet transformation method. Energy, mean, and standard deviation from
wavelet decomposition coefficients are used as input for the classification.
Optimal accuracy is obtained when wavelet decomposition level 3 is used with
the feature combination of mean and standard deviation. The highest accuracy,
sensitivity, and specificity of this method are 96.8%, 100%, and 95%,
respectively.
Keywords: Breast cancer; k-Nearest Neighbor; Mammogram; Wavelet transformation

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