Design of CMOS Image sensor with Pixel for early stage detection of cancer with smart Embedded Decision Systems.

Design of CMOS Image sensor for early stage detection of cancer with smart Embedded Decision Systems.


*Dept of Biotechnology BIT Mesra Ranchi Jharkhand, India, Dept. of Biotechnology BIT Patna,Dept of ECE BIT Mesra Ranchi, Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, BIT Mesra Ranchi Jharkhand, India.


RajeshLaik*,VijayNath#, R.N.Gupta#, A.S.Vidyarthi#  


Abstract-This paper aims at CMOS image sensor techniques used in biomedical imaging system to process the image and to locate the tumor to detect the transformation of cancer cell from one location to other. The method described here has captured image and extracted, the image cropped and compared the image with active pixel of image sensor, the pixel gives the detailed features of the image of normal and tumorous cell. CMOS Image sensor system captures and extracts the features of cancerous cell and thus we can distinguish the Benign and other cell type their shape and texture, which is detected by the Biomedical imaging sensor system. The image processing system were classified analysed, image taken- captured – extracted.We have designed a microarray pixel system protocol for to identify the spots on the image and convert the pixel into numerical value. This help in various feature extraction in imaging techniques. Hence we propose a image sensor system for better resolution of digital imaging system for better interpretation, classification and analysis. It becomes systematic approach of early stage detection with E.S decision system, and hence after several case studies of the images our objective to propose an Embedded Decision system is the need of the hour for detection of early stage cancer. This is a type of embedded image detection system.

Keywords- CMOS Image sensor, Biomedical imaging system, MicroarrayPixel.

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Comment by Rajesh Laik on August 1, 2014 at 12:27pm

It was published in the proceedings of  National Conference on Mechatronics,Robotics & Automation NCMRA -2014, held at Bankura unnayani institute of Engineering, in association with Institution of Engineers, India, West Bengal state centre

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Comment by TINC on July 31, 2014 at 3:30pm

any link to the paper? in which journal was published?

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