Identification of Spinal Disorders Based on Spine X-ray Dataset Processing Using the LBP and CNN Algorithms

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  • Handrie Noprisson Universitas Dian Nusantara

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https://doi.org/10.36085/jsai.v7i2.6422

Abstract

This research will use deep learning in conducting spinal x-ray image analysis but computational time problems are a problem of this study. Computations on deep learning across multiple nodes can increase training time and longer computation time compared to machine learning models. Based on experimental results, the best spine x-ray image classification results when using the CNN model with accuracy at the training stage, evaluation stage and test stage were 69.00%, 83.33% and 81.16% respectively. CNN models optimized with LBP get the lowest accuracy, with results at the training stage of 62.64%, validation stage of 75.00% and testing stage of 65.22%. LBP feature extraction turns out to have several drawbacks when combined with the CNN model, one major drawback is its inability to process global spatial information while retaining local texture information which causes LBP to be unable to capture the entire structure or context of the image, focusing only on local patterns so that many features of the image are lost. Another issue is the sensitivity of CNNs to image data, which can affect classification accuracy.

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2024-06-07

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