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The prediction in computer color matching of dentistry based on GA+BP neural network.

Li H, Lai L, Chen L, Lu C, Cai Q - Comput Math Methods Med (2015)

Bottom Line: Although the use of computer color matching can reduce the influence of subjective factors by technicians, matching the color of a natural tooth with a ceramic restoration is still one of the most challenging topics in esthetic prosthodontics.To our knowledge, we firstly combine the BPNN with GA in computer color matching in dentistry.Extensive experiments demonstrate that the proposed method improves the precision and prediction robustness of the color matching in restorative dentistry.

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Affiliation: School of Computer and Information Engineering, Beijing Technology and Business University, Beijing 100048, China.

ABSTRACT
Although the use of computer color matching can reduce the influence of subjective factors by technicians, matching the color of a natural tooth with a ceramic restoration is still one of the most challenging topics in esthetic prosthodontics. Back propagation neural network (BPNN) has already been introduced into the computer color matching in dentistry, but it has disadvantages such as unstable and low accuracy. In our study, we adopt genetic algorithm (GA) to optimize the initial weights and threshold values in BPNN for improving the matching precision. To our knowledge, we firstly combine the BPNN with GA in computer color matching in dentistry. Extensive experiments demonstrate that the proposed method improves the precision and prediction robustness of the color matching in restorative dentistry.

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Mentions: Comparisons between BPNN and GA+BP are shown in Figure 6. It is clear that the MSE of proposed GA+BP is generally smaller than that of BPNN. Furthermore, the prediction ability of GA+BP is more stable.


The prediction in computer color matching of dentistry based on GA+BP neural network.

Li H, Lai L, Chen L, Lu C, Cai Q - Comput Math Methods Med (2015)

Comparisons of experimental results.
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fig6: Comparisons of experimental results.
Mentions: Comparisons between BPNN and GA+BP are shown in Figure 6. It is clear that the MSE of proposed GA+BP is generally smaller than that of BPNN. Furthermore, the prediction ability of GA+BP is more stable.

Bottom Line: Although the use of computer color matching can reduce the influence of subjective factors by technicians, matching the color of a natural tooth with a ceramic restoration is still one of the most challenging topics in esthetic prosthodontics.To our knowledge, we firstly combine the BPNN with GA in computer color matching in dentistry.Extensive experiments demonstrate that the proposed method improves the precision and prediction robustness of the color matching in restorative dentistry.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: School of Computer and Information Engineering, Beijing Technology and Business University, Beijing 100048, China.

ABSTRACT
Although the use of computer color matching can reduce the influence of subjective factors by technicians, matching the color of a natural tooth with a ceramic restoration is still one of the most challenging topics in esthetic prosthodontics. Back propagation neural network (BPNN) has already been introduced into the computer color matching in dentistry, but it has disadvantages such as unstable and low accuracy. In our study, we adopt genetic algorithm (GA) to optimize the initial weights and threshold values in BPNN for improving the matching precision. To our knowledge, we firstly combine the BPNN with GA in computer color matching in dentistry. Extensive experiments demonstrate that the proposed method improves the precision and prediction robustness of the color matching in restorative dentistry.

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Related in: MedlinePlus