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Title: Feature Extraction of Normalized Colorectal Cancer Histopathology Images
Authors: Jain, A.K.
Lal, S.
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 2019, Vol.904, , pp.473-486
Abstract: This paper presents different types of feature extraction of normalized colorectal cancer histopathology images. These highlights are exceptionally helpful for separating epithelium and stroma in colorectal cancer (CRC) histopathology images. It is also useful for selecting features and its analysis. In this paper, 27 features are extracted in which 5 are the visual texture features and 22 are the other features such as GLCM, run length and intensity-based features to separate epithelium from the stroma of Colorectal Cancer histopathology images. The utilized component has straightforwardly identified with the human recognition which makes it conceivable to distinguish the nearness of tissue based on parameters. The quantity of utilized highlights is little to differentiate the epithelium from the stroma of CRC histopathology images. In the simulation, we use well-defined and verified histopathology images of stroma and epithelium to correctly differentiate epithelium from stroma. The textural features measure provides the excellent result for 16 typical texture patterns. The issue emerges between the human vision, and modernized strategies that are experienced in this examination show the central point in dissecting of the surface. In which, some of them has removed by using better techniques. In conclusion, perception-based features work well in comparison to previously features used. Some modification like colour normalization of epithelium and stroma image and some of the new features are added because the classification of perception-based features is less. � 2019, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
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