SEGMENTATION AREA USING CANNY DETECTION FOR MILD LIGHT DYSPLASIA CELL PAP SMEAR

Abstraksi

In general, cervical cancer is a main reason of women’ death in the world. More than 80% of women was died because of cervical cancer in the developing country. Pap Smear is one of a detection method towards the prevention of cervical cancer as the effort of that measurement disease. There are seven characteristics of Pap Smear single cell; one of them is Mild Light Dysplasia (MLD) which is categorized into abnormal class. This research is conducted to know the width area of nucleus segmentation on MLD class, by using operator of Canny detection with Color grayscale Canal operation. The obtained result shows that Canny method with Color grayscale Canal operation is not too effective to detect nucleus on MLD class, so that it can be expected to be consired to do Canal modification of RGB color. 

Kata Kunci: Cervical cancer, Mild Light Dysplasia, Segmentation, Canny detection, nucleus area

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