On the aggregation functions used in fuzzy signatures based medical image analysis

Nagy, Szilvia [Nagy, Szilvia (Atom- és molekula...), szerző] Távközlési Tanszék (SZE / GIVK); Kovács, Melinda; Lilik, Ferenc [Lilik, Ferenc (távközlés), szerző] Távközlési Tanszék (SZE / GIVK); Kóczy, László T. [Kóczy, T. László (Távközlő rendszerek), szerző] Távközlési és Médiainformatikai Tanszék (BME / VIK)

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    The paper proposes the use of fuzzy signatures for modeling and analysis of pre-processed medical images, as an example, CT images of the liver are analyzed. Fuzzy signatures are used for the case of distinguishing larger and smaller malignant lesions from each other and from other (benign) nodular diseases in liver computed tomography images. As computed tomography phases are sometimes missing, the treatment of missing data is also briefly addressed. As the size of the malignant lesion influences its manifestation on the images, separate sub-signatures are developed for large and small lesions with the size being a separate layer of the signature. From the medical experts' point of view besides the tree structure of the signature it is crutial to determine the aggregations themselves, which model the ways experts fuse and combine the available information. For the subtrees for small and large lesions in the sub-roots algebraic multiplication seems to be the best fitting t-norm, while in the subtree weighted means. © 2023 IEEE.
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    2024-07-16 22:29