MRI brain classification using the quantum entropy LBP and deep-learning-based features
AuthorsHasan, Ali M.
Jalab, Hamid A.
Ibrahim, Rabha W.
AL-Shamasneh, Ala’a R.
Obaiys, Suzan J.
AffiliationAl-Nahrain University, Baghdad 10001, Iraq
University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur 50603, Malaysia
Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City 758307, Vietnam
University of Derby
Heriot-Watt University Malaysia, Putrajaya 62200, Malaysia
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AbstractBrain tumor detection at early stages can increase the chances of the patient’s recovery after treatment. In the last decade, we have noticed a substantial development in the medical imaging technologies, and they are now becoming an integral part in the diagnosis and treatment processes. In this study, we generalize the concept of entropy di erence defined in terms of Marsaglia formula (usually used to describe two di erent figures, statues, etc.) by using the quantum calculus. Then we employ the result to extend the local binary patterns (LBP) to get the quantum entropy LBP (QELBP). The proposed study consists of two approaches of features extractions of MRI brain scans, namely, the QELBP and the deep learning DL features. The classification of MRI brain scan is improved by exploiting the excellent performance of the QELBP–DL feature extraction of the brain in MRI brain scans. The combining all of the extracted features increase the classification accuracy of long short-term memory network when using it as the brain tumor classifier. The maximum accuracy achieved for classifying a dataset comprising 154 MRI brain scan is 98.80%. The experimental results demonstrate that combining the extracted features improves the performance of MRI brain tumor classification.
CitationHasan, A.M., Jalab, H.A., Ibrahim, R.W., Meziane, F., AL-Shamasneh, A.A.R. and Obaiys, S.J., (2020). 'MRI brain classification using the quantum entropy LBP and deep-learning-based features'. Entropy, 22(9), pp. 1-12.
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