Employing a Convolutional Neural Network to Classify Medical Images: A Case Study
Keywords:Deep learning, Machine learning, Convolutional neural network, COVID-19, Chest X-ray
A convolutional neural network is one of the deep learning architectures that has been involved in a lot of the literature, and it's incredible at work. The convolutional neural network is distinguished in its use in computer vision and graphical analysis applications. It is characterised by the actuality of one or more hidden layers that extract features in images or videos, and there is also a layer to show the effects. In this regard, the authors decided to involve the convolutional neural network algorithm to classify a few chest X-ray images of COVID-19 patients and study the behaviour of this algorithm and the effects that will be obtained at the time of training. Finally, this study concluded that the performance and practices of this algorithm are very excellent and give satisfactory effects with a perfect training time.
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