Patient privacy in smart cities by blockchain technology and feature selection with Harris Hawks Optimization (HHO) algorithm and machine learning

Haedar Al-Safi | Jorge Munilla | Javad Rahebi

Makale | 2022 | SPRINGER

A medical center in the smart cities of the future needs data security and confidentiality to treat patients accurately. One mechanism for sending medical data is to send information to other medical centers without preserving confidentiality. This method is not impressive because in treating people, the privacy of medical information is a principle. In the proposed framework, the opinion of experts from other medical centers for the treatment of patients is received and consider the best therapy. The proposed method has two layers. In the first layer, data transmission uses blockchain. In the second layer, blocks related to patient . . .s' records analyze by machine learning methods. Patient records place in a block of the blockchain. Block of patient sends to other medical centers. Each treatment center can recommend the proposed type of treatment and blockchain attachment and send it to all nodes and treatment centers. Each medical center receiving data of the patients, then predicts the treatment using data mining methods. Sending medical data between medical centers with blockchain and maintaining confidentiality is one of the innovations of this article. The proposed method is a binary version of the HHO algorithm for feature selection. Another innovation of this research is the use of majority voting learning in diagnosing the type of disease in medical centers. Implementation of the proposed system shows that the blockchain preserves data confidentiality of about 100. The reliability and reliability of the proposed framework are much higher than the centralized method. The result shows that the accuracy, sensitivity, and precision of the proposed method for diagnosing heart disease are 92.75, 92.15, and 95.69, respectively. The proposed method has a lower error in diagnosing heart disease from ANN, SVM, DT, RF, AdaBoost, and BN Daha fazlası Daha az

Automated evaluation of Cr-III coated parts using Mask RCNN and ML methodse

Metin Zontul | Esra Kavalci Yilmaz | Oguz Kaynar | Ramazan Katirci


In this study, chrome coatings were carried out using a Cr-III electroplating bath. The coated parts were classified depending on their appearance. A new approach was developed to classify the coated parts automatically using artificial intelligence methods. Mask RCNN and machine learning (ML) methods such as Multilayer Perceptron (MLP), Support Vector Classifier (SVC), Gaussian Process (GP), K-nearest Neighbors (KNN), XGBoost, and Random Forest Classifier (RFC) were used together. Mask RCNN was used to clean the coated parts from the redundant data. The extracted data were flattened and converted to the row vectors for use as input . . . in ML methods. ML algorithms were used to classify the coated parts as Pass and Fail. The classification accuracy was checked with the leave one out (loo) cross-validation method. RFC method gave the highest accuracy, 0.83, and F1 score, 0.88. The accuracy of Mask RCNN was checked using a dataset of separated validation images. It was observed that extracting the unnecessary data from the images increased the accuracy exceedingly. Moreover, the method exhibits a high potential to keep the parameters of the electroplating process under control Daha fazlası Daha az

Comparison of Classification Success Rates of Different Machine Learning Algorithms in the Diagnosis of Breast Cancer


Makale | 2022 | Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention ( 10 )

Objective: To identify which Machine Learning (ML) algorithms are the most successful in predicting and diagnosing breast cancer according to accuracy rates. Methods: The “College of Wisconsin Breast Cancer Dataset”, which consists of 569 data and 30 features, was classified using Support Vector Machine (SVM), Naive Bayes (NB), Random Forest (RF), Decision Tree (DT), K-Nearest Neighbor (KNN), Logistic Regression (LR), Multilayer Perceptron (MLP), Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA), XgBoost (XGB), Ada-Boost (ABC) and Gradient Boosting (GBC) ML algorithms. Before the classification process, the dataset was preprocessed. Sensitivity, a . . .ccuracy, and definiteness metrics were used to measure the success of the methods. Result: Compared to other ML algorithms used in the study, the GBC ML algorithm was found to be the most successful method in the classification of tumors with an accuracy of 99.12%. The XGB ML algorithm was found to be the lowest method with an accuracy rate of 88.10%. In addition, it was determined that the general accuracy rates of the 11 ML algorithms used in the study varied between 88-95%.Conclusion: When the results obtained from the ML classifiers used in the study are evaluated, the efficiency of the GBC algorithm in the classification of tumors is obvious. It can be said that the success rates obtained from 11 different ML algorithms used in the study are valuable in terms of being used to predict different cancer types Daha fazlası Daha az

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