Enhancing Early Detection of Lung Cancer with an Advanced ALCDC System Utilizing Convolutional Neural Network


Authors : Krishna Dawalkar; Omkar Joshi; Priti Mantri; Vaishnao Wankar; M.S. Bhosale

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 3 - March

Google Scholar : https://bit.ly/3TmGbDi

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7758421

Abstract : Early detection of lung cancer is crucial for improving patient outcomes, but traditional methods of diagnosis have limitations in terms of accuracy. The Automatic Lung Cancer Detection and Classification (ALCDC) system is an advanced approach that utilizes Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) for detecting and classifying lung cancer. The system was trained using a large dataset of lung CT images and achieved high accuracy, sensitivity, and specificity in detecting and classifying lung cancer cases. The ALCDC system has several advantages over traditional methods, including automation, higher sensitivity and specificity, non-invasiveness, and potential reduction of the workload of radiologists. Additionally, the system can potentially reduce the number of false positive and false negative cases, leading to improved patient outcomes. In conclusion, the ALCDC system utilizing Convolutional Neural Network is a promising approach for enhancing early detection of lung cancer. The system has the potential to improve the accuracy of lung cancer diagnosis, reduce the workload of radiologists, and ultimately improve patient outcomes. Further research is needed to validate the system's performance in clinical settings and investigate its potential impact on patient care.

Keywords : Lung Cancer, Classification Of Lung Cancer, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, CNN Algorithm

Early detection of lung cancer is crucial for improving patient outcomes, but traditional methods of diagnosis have limitations in terms of accuracy. The Automatic Lung Cancer Detection and Classification (ALCDC) system is an advanced approach that utilizes Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) for detecting and classifying lung cancer. The system was trained using a large dataset of lung CT images and achieved high accuracy, sensitivity, and specificity in detecting and classifying lung cancer cases. The ALCDC system has several advantages over traditional methods, including automation, higher sensitivity and specificity, non-invasiveness, and potential reduction of the workload of radiologists. Additionally, the system can potentially reduce the number of false positive and false negative cases, leading to improved patient outcomes. In conclusion, the ALCDC system utilizing Convolutional Neural Network is a promising approach for enhancing early detection of lung cancer. The system has the potential to improve the accuracy of lung cancer diagnosis, reduce the workload of radiologists, and ultimately improve patient outcomes. Further research is needed to validate the system's performance in clinical settings and investigate its potential impact on patient care.

Keywords : Lung Cancer, Classification Of Lung Cancer, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, CNN Algorithm

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