Artificial Intelligence

   

Classifying Cardiotocography Data based on Rough Neural Network

Authors: Belal Amin, Mona Gamall, A.A.Salama, I.M.El-Henawy

—Cardiotocography is a medical device that monitors fetal heart rate and the uterine contraction during the period of pregnancy. It is used to diagnose and classify a fetus state by doctors who have challenges of uncertainty in data. The Rough Neural Network is one of the most common data mining techniques to classify medical data, as it is a good solution for the uncertainty challenge. This paper provides a simulation of Rough Neural Network in classifying cardiotocography dataset. The paper measures the accuracy rate and consumed time during the classification process. WEKA tool is used to analyse cardiotocography data with different algorithms (neural network, decision table, bagging, the nearest neighbour, decision stump and least square support vector machine algorithm). The comparison shows that the accuracy rates and time consumption of the proposed model are feasible and efficient.

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[v1] 2019-09-28 15:59:43

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