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Image segmentation is important in image analysis because it helps to locate objects and boundaries within a picture. This study offers Adaptively Regularized Weighted Kernel-Based Clustering (ARWKC), a unique segmentation technique built exclusively for recovering brain tissue from medical pictures. The proposed approach incorporates adaptive regularization and weighted kernel-based clustering techniques to increase the accuracy and resilience of brain tissue segmentation. The picture is initially preprocessed with the ARWKC method to improve its quality and eliminate any noise or artifacts. The adaptive regularization method is then utilized to effectively deal with the visual variation of brain tissue in clinical images. This adaptive regularization contributes to more accurate and consistent segmentation outcomes. The weighted kernel-based clustering method is then used to find and group pixels with comparable properties, with a focus on brain tissue areas. This clustering approach employs a weighted kernel function that takes into account both geographical closeness and pixel intensities, allowing the algorithm to capture local picture features and improve segmentation accuracy. Extensive experiments were conducted on a collection of medical images to evaluate the efficacy of the ARWKC algorithm. The well-known k-means clustering method, often used in image segmentation applications, was utilized as a benchmark for comparison. In terms of accuracy and resilience for brain tissue segmentation, the experimental findings showed that the ARWKC method surpasses the k-means clustering approach.