Automated Diabetic Retinopathy Detection

  • T.Kavitha, S.Hemalatha, N.Preethi


Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) is a key source of sightlessness worldwide. Nevertheless, DR is challenging to identified in early stages and thus the process can be long even for experienced specialists.  A computer-aided recognition technique assisted by deep learning algorithms is therefore  projected for machine-controlled diagnosis of attributable diabetic retinopathy (RDR) by color classification. Pictures of retinal fu ndus into two classes. A completely unique convolution neural network model with Siamese-like architecture is conditioned with transform learning technique during this research. Completely different from previous works, the projected model accepts images from binocular funds as inputs and learns their correlation to assist in prediction making.  In the case of a coaching set of 28104 images alone and a test set of 7024 pictures, a position below the receiver operating curve (AUC) of zero.951 is obtained from the predicted binocular model, which is 0.011 above that obtained from the current monocular model.  In addition, a binocular model for five-class DR detection is trained and tested on a tenth validation set to further check the efficacy of the binocular template. The result shows it achieves a letter of zero.829 alphabet score that is in addition to that of the current non-ensemble model

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T.Kavitha, S.Hemalatha, N.Preethi. (2020). Automated Diabetic Retinopathy Detection . International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(9s), 3897 - 3902. Retrieved from