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Title: Effects of Training Parameters of AlexNet Architecture on Wound Image Classification
Authors: Eldem, Hüseyin
Ülker, Erkan
Işıklı, Osman Yasar
Keywords: wound image classification AlexNet
parameter optimization deep learning
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: Int Information & Engineering Technology Assoc
Abstract: Deep learning is more extensively used in image analysis-based classification of wounds with an aim to facilitate the monitoring of wound prognosis in preventive treatments. In this paper, the classification success of AlexNet architecture in pressure and diabetic foot wound images is discussed. Optimizing training parameters in order to increase the success of Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) architectures is a frequently discussed problem. This paper comparatively examines the effects of optimization of the training parameters of CNN architecture on classification success. The paper examines how the optimizer algorithm, mini-batch size (MBS), maximum epoch number (ME), learning rate (LR), and LearnRateSchedule (LRS) parameters, which are among the training parameters used in combination in architectural training, perform at different values. The best results were obtained with an accuracy of 95.48% at the 10e-4 value of the LR parameter. When the changes in the evaluation metrics during the parameter optimization experiments were examined, it was seen that the LR parameter produced optimum values at 10e-4. As a result, when the Accuracy metric and standard deviations were examined, it was determined only with the LR parameter. No general conclusion could be reached regarding the other parameters.
ISSN: 0765-0019
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