ANALYSES OF SKIN LESION AREAS AFTER THRESHOLDING


Abstract

Melanoma is one of the fastest spreading cancers. The aim of the article is to segment the skin lesions from human skin dermatoscopic images covered by melanoma. Threshold segmentation was used, which allows a single skin lesion to be analyzed. It shows the four areas of each based on their color. The created software monitors the border of skin lesion areas. Segmentation and analysis of the resulting images with different areas of skin change was carried out in the Matlab software.


Keywords

dermatoscopy, melanoma, thresholding, image region analize; dermatoscopy; melanoma; thresholding; image region analysis

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Published : 2020-09-30


Michalska, M. (2020). ANALYSES OF SKIN LESION AREAS AFTER THRESHOLDING. Informatyka, Automatyka, Pomiary W Gospodarce I Ochronie Środowiska, 10(3), 9-12. https://doi.org/10.35784/iapgos.1603

Magdalena Michalska  mmagamichalska@gmail.com
  Poland