Journal article Open Access
Dr.Yelepi Usha Rani; Lakshmi Sowmya Kotturi; Dr.G.Sudhakar
In recent years researchers are intensely using machine learning and employing AI techniques in the medical field particularly in the domain of cancer. Breast cancer is one such example and many studies have proposed CAD systems and algorithms to efficiently detect cancer cells and tumors. Breast cancer is one of the dreadful cancers accounting for a large portion of deaths caused due to cancer worldwide mostly affecting women, needs early detection for proper diagnosis, and subsequent decrease in death rate. Thus, for efficient classification, we implemented different ML techniques on Wisconsin dataset  namely SVM, KNN, Decision Tree, Random Forest, Naive Bayes using accuracy as a performance metric, and as per observance, SVM has shown better results when compared to other algorithms. Also, we worked on Breast Histopathology Images  scanned at 40x which had images of IDC which is one of the most common types of breast cancers. And to work with the image dataset along with EDA we used high-end techniques like a mobile net where smote a resampling was used to handle imbalanced class distribution, CNN, SVC, InceptionResNetV2 where frameworks like Tensor Flow, Keras were loaded for supporting the environment and smoothly implement the algorithms.