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Abstract This paper proposes a new method for the detection of glaucoma using fundus image which mainly affects the optic disc by increasing the cup size is proposed. The ratio of the optic cup to disc (CDR) in retinal fundus images is one of the primary physiological parameter for the diagnosis of glaucoma. The K-means clustering technique is recursively applied to extract the optic disc and optic cup region and an elliptical fitting technique is applied to find the CDR values. The blood vessels in the optic disc region are detected by using local entropy thresholding approach. The ratio of area of blood vessels in the inferiorsuperior side to area of blood vessels in the nasal-temporal side (ISNT) is combined with the CDR for the classification of fundus image as normal or glaucoma by using K-Nearest neighbor, Support Vector Machine and Bayes classifier. A batch of 36 retinal images obtained from the Aravind Eye Hospital, Madurai, Tamilnadu, India is used to assess the performance of the proposed system and a classification rate of 95 % is achieved.
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