The objective of this work is to detect Alzheimer’s disease using Magnetic Resonance Imaging. For this, we use a three-dimensional densenet-121 architecture. With the use of only freely available tools, we obtain good results: a deep neural network showing metrics of 87% accuracy, 87% sensitivity (micro-average), 88% specificity (micro-average), and 92% AUROC (micro-average) for the task of classifying five different classes (disease stages). The use of tools available for free means that this work can be replicated in developing countries.
Tipo de publicación: Conference Paper
Publicado en: Lecture Notes in Computer ScienceAutores
- Braulio Solano-Rojas
- Ricardo Villalón-Fonseca
- Gabriela Marín-Raventós