Regression and Classification of Alzheimer’s Disease Diagnosis Using NMF-TDNet Features From 3D Brain MR Image

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K. Shirisha Reddy
N. Arjun
Kowkuri Hrushikesh Mudiraj


Because of headways in deep learning and clinical imaging innovation, a few specialists are presently utilizing convolutional neural networks (CNNs) to extricate profound level properties from clinical pictures to all the more exactly classify Alzheimer's disease (AD) and expect clinical scores. A limited scale profound learning network called PCANet utilizes principal component analysis (PCA) to make multi-facet channel banks for the incorporated learning of information. Blockwise histograms are made after binarization to get picture ascribes. PCANet is less versatile than different frameworks since the multi-facet channel banks are made involving test information and the produced highlights have aspects during the many thousands or even many thousands. To conquer these issues, we present in this study a PCANet-based, information free organization called the nonnegative matrix factorization tensor decomposition network (NMF-TDNet). To deliver the last picture highlights, we first form higher-request tensors and utilize tensor decomposition (TD) to achieve information dimensionality decrease. Specifically, we foster staggered channel banks for test getting the hang of utilizing nonnegative matrix factorization(NMF) as opposed to PCA. These properties serve as input to the support vector machine (SVM) that our technique employs to diagnose AD, forecast clinical score, and categorise AD.

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Reddy, K. S. ., Arjun, N. ., & Mudiraj, K. H. . (2023). Regression and Classification of Alzheimer’s Disease Diagnosis Using NMF-TDNet Features From 3D Brain MR Image. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, 11(7s), 210–216.


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