The Beneficial Techniques in Preprocessing Step of Skin Cancer Detection System Comparing

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Elsevier
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Procedia Computer Science, 2014, 42 pp. 25 - 31
Issue Date:
2014
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Automatic diagnostics of skin cancer is one of the most challenging problems in medical image processing. It helps physicians to decide whether a skin melanoma is benign or malignant. So, determining the more efficient methods of detection to reduce the rate of errors is a vital issue among researchers. Preprocessing is the first stage of detection to improve the quality of images, removing the irrelevant noises and unwanted parts in the background of the skin images. The purpose of this paper is to gather the preprocessing approaches can be used in skin cancer images. This paper provides good starting for researchers in their automatic skin cancer detections.
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