Feature and model selection in 1H-MRS single voxel spectra for cancer classification
Tipo de documentoCapítulo de libro
Fecha de publicación2009-01-31
EditorFuture Technology Press
Condiciones de accesoAcceso restringido por política de la editorial
Machine learning is a powerful paradigm within which to analyze 1HMRS spectral data for the classification of tumour pathologies. An important characteristic of this task is the high dimensionality of the involved data sets. In this work we apply specific feature selection methods in order to reduce the complexity of the problem on two types of 1H-MRS spectral data: long-echo and short-echo time, which present considerable differences in the spectrum for the same cases. The experimental findings show that the feature selection methods enhance the classification performance of the models induced by several off-the-shelf classifiers and are able to offer very attractive solutions both in terms of prediction accuracy and number of involved spectral frequencies.
CitaciónGonzález, F.; Belanche, Ll. Feature and model selection in 1H-MRS single voxel spectra for cancer classification. A: "Investigating human cancer with computational intelligence techniques". Future Technology Press, 2009, p. 69-81.
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