Feature Selection using Multi-Verse Optimization for Brain Tumour Classification

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Katkoori Arun Kumar, Ravi Boda, Dr. Praveen Kumar, Dr. Vijendar Amgothu

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Selecting the feature will reduce the dimensionality of the characteristics and the consistency of the reserved features can be maintained in the choir. The selection of features represents a machine-learning optimization challenge, reducing the number of features, eliminating obsolete, noisy, and repetitive data, and achieving suitable acknowledgement. In this paper, Multi-verse Optimization (MVO) is used to select the features from segmented MR image with Random Forest classifier. The steps involved for feature selection- pre-processing, tumor segmentation, feature extraction, feature selection and classification. Two different objective functions are used- image entropy is used as objective function for tumor segmentation and accuracy function is used as objective function for feature classification. Experimental results show that performance of MVO+RF approach gives high accuracy compared to existing techniques like PSO and BAT.

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Dr. Vijendar Amgothu, K. A. K. R. B. D. P. K. . (2021). Feature Selection using Multi-Verse Optimization for Brain Tumour Classification. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 3970–3982. Retrieved from https://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/6170
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