Date of Award
Santa Clara : Santa Clara University, 2021.
Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among US women. Thus, it is important for doctors to detect and diagnose breast cancer as early as possible. Mammography has been used for about 30 years, but there have been rapid developments using digital mammography technology and computer aided systems to help improve breast imaging. Deep learning techniques are being developed to provide a more effective tool for the classification of breast cancer. We adopt a transfer learning approach and fine-tune a pre-trained convolutional neural network model for accurate classification of breast masses based on screening mammograms. The model is retrained and tested using the CBIS-DDSM (Curated Breast Imaging Subset of Digital Database for Screening Mammography) dataset. We are able to achieve a training accuracy of 71.1% and a test accuracy of 68.7%.
Kay, Travis; Nguyen, Derrick Dang; and Wijayawickrama, Lashan, "Classification of Breast Cancer Using Deep Learning and Mammogram Images" (2021). Bioengineering Senior Theses. 102.