Fuzzy farthest point first method for MRI brain image clustering

Abstract : Image clustering is considered amongst the most important tasks in medical image analysis and it is regularly required as a starter and vital stage in the computer-aided medical image process. In brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) analysis, image clustering is regularly used for estimating and visualising the brain anatomical structures, to detect pathological regions and to guide surgical procedures. This study presents a new method for MRI brain images clustering based on the farthest point first algorithm and fuzzy clustering techniques without using any a priori information about the clusters number. The algorithm has been approved against both simulated and clinical magnetic resonance images and it has been compared with the fourth clustered algorithms. Results demonstrate that the proposed algorithm has given reasonable segmentation of white matter, grey matter and cerebrospinal fluid from MRI data, which is superior in preserving image details and segmentation accuracy compared with the other four algorithms giving more than 91% in Jaccard similarity.
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Mohammed Debakla, Mohamed Salem, Khalifa Djemal, Khaled Benmeriem. Fuzzy farthest point first method for MRI brain image clustering. IET Image Processing, Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2019, 13 (13), pp.2395--2400. ⟨10.1049/iet-ipr.2018.6618⟩. ⟨hal-02398567⟩

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