Hybrid Bee Colony and Cuckoo Search based centroid initialization for fuzzy c-means clustering in bio-medical image segmentation
M.Vijayakumar1, S.Velmurugan2, V.Mohan3, P.Shanmugapriya4
1Dr.M.Vijayakumar , Professor , Department of MCA , KSR College of Engineering , Namakkal.
2Dr.S.Velmurugan , Assistant Professor , Department of ECE , KSR College of Engineering , Namakkal.
3Dr.V.Mohan , Associate Professor , Department of ECE , Saranathan College of Engineering , Tiruchirappalli.
4Dr.P. Shanmugapriya , Associate Professor , Department of ECE , Saranathan College of Engineering , Tiruchirappalli.
Manuscript received on 30 June 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 05 July 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 July 2019 | PP: 1684-1688 | Volume-8 Issue-9, July 2019 | Retrieval Number: I8149078919/19©BEIESPP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.I8149.078919
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Abstract: In current years, the grouping has become well identified for numerous investigators due to several application fields like communication, wireless networking, and biomedical domain and so on. So, much different research has already been made by the investigators to progress an improved system for grouping. One of the familiar investigations is an optimization that has been efficiently applied for grouping. In this paper, propose a method of Hybrid Bee Colony and Cuckoo Search (HBCCS) based centroid initialization for fuzzy c-means clustering (FCM) in bio-medical image segmentation (HBCC-KFCM-BIM). For MRI brain tissue segmentation, KFCM is most preferable technique because of its performance. The major limitation of the conventional KFCM is random centroids initialization because it leads to rising the execution time to reach the best resolution. In order to accelerate the segmentation process, HBCCS is used to adjust the centroids of required clusters. The quantitative measures of results were compared using the metrics are the number of iterations and processing time. The number of iterations and processing of HBCC-KFCM-BIM method take minimum value while compared to conventional KFCM. The HBCC-KFCM-BIM method is very efficient and faster than conventional KFCM for brain tissue segmentation.
keyword: Clustering, Centroid Initialization, Hybrid Bee Colony and Cuckoo Search (HBCCS), Kernel Fuzzy C-Means (KFCM), MRI Brain Tissue Segmentation.
Scope of the Article: Clustering