• P-ISSN 0974-6846 E-ISSN 0974-5645

Indian Journal of Science and Technology


Indian Journal of Science and Technology

Year: 2019, Volume: 12, Issue: 37, Pages: 1-9

Original Article

Implementation of Fourier Transformation with Brain Cancer and CSF Images


Objectives: Medicinal images assume a key part in the diagnosis of tumors as well as Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) leak. In a similar way, MRI could be the cutting edge regenerative imaging technology, which permits an angle sectional perspective of the body, which gives convenience to specialists to inspect the affected person. In this study, the authors had attempted the strategy to classify MRI images (4-Dimensional) either at the beginning of production to have a tumor or even can be utilized for tumor recognition. The aim of the study is to address the aforementioned problems associated with the brain cancer due to the leakage of CSF. Methods/Findings: This research is to construct the research framework that can identify cancer damage area or be isolated from tumors and non-tumors quiet by using Fourier transformation. Another research tool, based on Fourier Transform, is the main mathematical method for frequency analysis and has extensive engineering and science applications. Because DFT is omnipresent, there has been extensive study of highways for the DFT account and active research has continued. Application: Several fast algorithms are provided by the DFT partitioning method. In this document, we provide DFT with two rapid implementation algorithms to assess their performance. This study helps the detection of brain cancer due to the process of interfacing the 4-D (4 Dimensional) image segmentation process and Fourier transformation. 4-D is followed by MATLAB software modeling techniques to measure the size of brain damage cells deep inside of CSF. These Methods of light fields can be useful for improving the quality of application editing segmentation and light field composite pipeline, as they reduce boundary artefacts.

Keywords: Brain Tumor, Cerebrospinal Fluid, Fourier Transformation, Image segmentation, MRI


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