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Title: A new deep convolutional neural network model for classifying breast cancer histopathological images and the hyperparameter optimisation of the proposed model
Authors: Burçak, Kadir Can
Baykan, Ömer Kaan
Uğuz, Harun
Keywords: Deep Learning
Convolutional Neural Network
Breast Cancer
Image Classification
Mitosis Detection
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: SPRINGER
Abstract: Deep learning algorithms have yielded remarkable results in medical diagnosis and image analysis, besides their contribution to improvements in a number of fields such as drug discovery, time-series modelling and optimisation methods. With regard to the analysis of histopathologic breast cancer images, the similarity of those images and the presence of healthy and tumourous tissues in different areas complicate the detection and classification of tumours on whole slide images. An accurate diagnosis in a short time is a need for full treatment in breast cancer. A successful classification on breast cancer histopathological images will overcome the burden on the pathologist and reduce the subjectivity of diagnosis. In this study, we propose a deep convolutional neural network model. The model uses various algorithms (i.e., stochastic gradient descent, Nesterov accelerated gradient, adaptive gradient, RMSprop, AdaDelta and Adam) to compute the initial weight of the network and update the model parameters for faster backpropagation learning. In order to train the model with less hardware in a short time, we used the parallel computing architecture with Cuda-enabled graphics processing unit. The results indicate that the deep convolutional neural network model is an effective classification model with a high performance up to 99.05% accuracy value.
ISSN: 0920-8542
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