Performance Analysis of Skin Cancer Multi-Class Dataset Classification Method Using KNN and HOG

Authors

  • Sarwati Rahayu
  • Sulis Sandiwarno
  • Erwin Dwika Putra
  • Marissa Utami
  • Hadiguna Setiawan ESC Technology

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https://doi.org/10.36085/jsai.v7i2.6423

Abstract

Detection of skin cancer in its early phase is a challenge even for dermatologists. This study aims to analyze the performance of classification methods on multiclass skin cancer datasets using K-nearest neighbor (KNN) and histogram of oriented gradients (HOG). The dataset is taken publicly under the name Skin Cancer MNIST dataset: HAM10000 dataset totaling 10,015 data. The first experiment used the pixels per cell parameter of 8.8 and cells per block of 2.2 to get an accuracy of 60.58%. The second experiment used the pixels per cell parameter of 8.8 and cells per block of 2.2 to get an accuracy of 60.58%. The last experiment using the pixels per cell parameter of 8.8 and cells per block of 2.2 got the best accuracy of 61.43%.

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2024-06-07

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