An efficient gastrointestinal hemorrhage detection and diagnosis model for wireless capsule endoscopy

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Wireless Capsule Endoscopy (WCE) captures the section of human gastrointestinal (GI) tract which is impossible by the classical endoscopy investigations. A main limitation exist in the method is the requirement of analyzing massive data quantity for detecting the diseases which consumes more time and increases the burden to the physicians. As a result, there is a requirement to effectively develop an automated model to detect and diagnosis diseases on the WCEimages. The design of the presented model depends upon the examination of the patterns exist in frequency spectra of the WCE frames because of the occurrence of bleeding regions. For the exploration of the discriminating patterns,this study presents a new feature extraction based classification model is developed. An efficient Normalized Gray Level Co-occurrence Matrix (NGLCM) is applied for extracting the features of the GI images. Then, a kernel support vector machine (KSVM) with particle swarm optimization (PSO) is applied for the classification of the processed GI images. The experimentation takes place on the benchmark GI images to verify the superior nature of the presented model. The results confirmed the enhanced classifier outcome of the presented model on all the applied images under several aspects.




Ponnusamy, R., & Sathiamoorthy, S. (2019). An efficient gastrointestinal hemorrhage detection and diagnosis model for wireless capsule endoscopy. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(3), 7549–7554.

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