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A Survey on Leukemia Detection using Image Processing Techniques
1 Mtech Student, Computer Science and Engineering, GRIET, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
2 Professor, Computer Science and Engineering, GRIET, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
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Leukemia detection and diagnosis by inspecting the blood cell images is an intriguing and dynamic exploration region in both the Artificial Intelligence and Medical research fields. There are numerous procedures created to look at blood tests to identify leukemia illness, these strategies are the customary methods and the deep learning (DL) strategy. This survey paper presents a review on the distinctive conventional strategies and Deep Learning and Machine Learning methods towards that have been utilized in leukemia illness diagnosis dependent on platelets images and to analyze between the two methodologies in nature of appraisal, exactness, cost and speed. This article covers 11 research papers, 9 of these examinations were in customary strategies which utilized image handling and AI (ML) calculations, such as, K-closest neighbor (KNN), K-means, SVM, Naïve Bayes, and 2 investigations in cutting edge procedures which utilized Deep Learning, especially Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) which is the most generally utilized in the field leukemia detection since it is profoundly precise, quick, and has the smallest expense. What's more, it dissects various late works that have been presented in the field including the dataset size, the pre-owned procedures, the acquired outcomes, and so forth. At last, in view of the led study, it very well may be reasoned that the proposed framework CNN was accomplishing immense triumphs in the field whether in regards to highlights extraction or classification time, precision and also a best low cost in the identification of leukemia.
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