Useful GLCM textural properties in the classification of colonic mucosa microscopic images
Gokongwei College of Engineering
Pacific Asia Conference on Mechanical Engineering (PACME) 2007
This paper reports about extraction and analysis of textural features of colonic mucosa microscopic images. The data presented here is a preliminary result of a much larger study on automatic classification of colonic mucosa microscopic images using textural features and AI structures proposed by Gan Lim et al. (2007). The images used were initially classified by a human expert into three classifications: normal, neoplastic, and malignant. A total of 14 features were considered and analysis of the features showed that the mean, correlation, sum average, and sum variance were more effective in discriminating the images compared to other GLCM-derived properties.
Gan Lim, L. A., Naguib, R. G., Dadios, E. P., & de la Fuente, D. (2007). Useful GLCM textural properties in the classification of colonic mucosa microscopic images. Pacific Asia Conference on Mechanical Engineering (PACME) 2007 Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/faculty_research/5832
Colon (Anatomy)—Cancer—Imaging; Three-dimensional imaging