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CT image reconstruction by boltzmann machine for effective cancer classification

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Depending on technology is a surprisingly easy task for a person since the course of parameter change can be calculated intuitively by the consistency of the solution. However, manual parameter modification in many situations is varied. It becomes unworkable when specific parameters occur in a crisis. The model's performance was evaluated using generalized data throughout the testing step. According to cross-validation studies, a 5-fold method might successfully hamper the overfitting problem. This paper aims to overcome this issue and create a system that changes its parameters automatically in the way humans do. This concept can be illustrated as an optimization-based iterative CT reconstruction model using a pixel-savvy regularisation term. A network of parameter-tuned policies maps an Image data patch to an output defining the position and amplitude of the patch center's parameter is also setup. The PTPN is designed for a complete strengthening phase. It can be proved that replicated ct images achieve comparable quality or good performance to those reconstructed with electronic parameters under the guidance of the professional PTPN.


Ramakrishnan Raman, K. Somasundaram, R. Meenakshi, Abhijit Chirputkar. CT image reconstruction by boltzmann machine for effective cancer classification. Cardiometry; Issue 25; December 2022; p.160-165; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2022.25.160165; Available from:


Medical Image,  Boltzmann Classification Methods,  Texture Recognition Algorithm,  Lung CT images
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