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Title: Adaptive resizer-based transfer learning framework for the diagnosis of breast cancer using histopathology images
Authors: Düzyel, Okan
Çatal, Mehmet Sergen
Kayan, Ceyhun Efe
Sevinç, Arda
Gümüş, Abdurrahman
Keywords: Breast cancer
Histopathology images
Computer-assisted prediction
Deep neural networks
Adaptive resizer
Publisher: Springer
Abstract: Breast cancer is a major global health concern, and early and accurate diagnosis is crucial for effective treatment. Recent advancements in computer-assisted prediction models have facilitated diagnosis and prognosis using high-resolution histopathology images, which provide detailed information on cancerous tissue. However, these high-resolution images often require resizing, leading to potential data loss. In this study, we demonstrate the effect of a learnable adaptive resizer for breast cancer classification using the BreakHis dataset. Our approach incorporates the adaptive resizer with various convolutional neural network models, including VGG16, VGG19, MobileNetV2, InceptionResnetV2, DenseNet121, DenseNet201, and EfficientNetB0. Despite producing visually less appealing images, the learnable resizer effectively improves classification performance. DenseNet201, when jointly trained with the adaptive resizer, achieves the highest accuracy of 98.96% for input images of 448x448 resolution. Our experimental results demonstrate that the adaptive resizer performs better at a magnification factor of 40x compared to higher magnifications. While its effectiveness becomes less pronounced as image resolution increases to 100x, 200x, and 400x, the adaptive resizer still outperforms bilinear interpolation. In conclusion, this study highlights the potential of adaptive resizers in enhancing performance for medical image classification. By outperforming traditional image resizing methods, our work contributes to the advancement of deep neural networks in the field of breast cancer diagnostics.
ISSN: 1863-1703
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