Classification and Detection of Skin Disease Based on Machine Learning and Image Processing Evolutionary Models
Skin disorders, a prevalent cause of illnesses, may be identified by studying their physical structure and history of the condition. Currently, skin diseases are diagnosed using invasive procedures such as clinical examination and histology. The examinations are quite effective and beneficial. This paper describes an evolutionary model for skin disease classification and detection based on machine learning and image processing. This model integrates image preprocessing, image augmentation, segmentation, and machine learning algorithms. The experimental investigation makes use of a dermatology data set. The model employs the machine learning methods: the support vector machine (SVM), the k-nearest neighbors (KNN), and random forest algorithms for image categorization and detection. This suggested methodology is beneficial for the accurate identification of skin disease using image analysis. The SVM algorithm achieved an accuracy of 98.8%. The KNN algorithm achieved a sensitivity of 91%. The specificity of KNN was 99%.
Keywordsskin disorders, machine learning, classification, image enhancement, image segmentation, disease detection,
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