Brain Image Segmentation Based on Fuzzy Clustering
Keywords:Brain image, Fuzzy, clustering, level set, Segmentation.
AbstractThe segmentation performance is topic to suitable initialization and best configuration of supervisory parameters. In medical image segmentation, the segmentation is very important when the diagnosing becomes very hard in medical images which are not properly illuminated. This paper proposes segmentation of brain tumour image of MRI images based on spatial fuzzy clustering and level set algorithm. After performance evaluation of the proposed algorithm was carried on brain tumour images, the results showed confirm its effectiveness for medical image segmentation, where the brain tumour is detected properly.
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