Development of an Expert System for Diagnosisand appropriate Medical Prescription of HeartDisease Using SVMand RBF
Lecturer, Departmentof Computer Science,Vivekanand College,Aurangabad,Maharashtra, India,
V. D. Bhagile
Lecturer, Departmentof Computer Science,Sayali College,Aurangabad,Maharashtra, India.
R. R. Manza
Lecturer, Dept. of Comp. Science and I.T.Dr. B.A.M.University,Aurangabad,Maharashtra
R. J. Ramteke
Reader, Dept. of Computer Science, North MaharashtraUniversity,Jalgaon, Maharashtra,
Human disease diagnosis is a complicated process and requireshigh level of expertise. Any attempt of developing a expert systemdealing with human disease diagnosis has to overcome variousdifficulties. This paper describes a project work aiming todevelop a expert system for diagnosing of heart disease usingneural network technique. Now a days neural network are beingused successfully in an increasing number of application areas.This project includes the detailed information about patient andpreprocessing was done. The Support Vector Machine (SVM)and Radial Basis Function (RBF) have been applied over the datafor the experiment. This research project focuses on the researchand development of a web-based clinical tool designed to improvethe quality of the exchange of health information between healthcare professionals and patients. Practitioners can also use thisweb-based tool to corroborate diagnosis. The proposed system isexperimented on various scenarios in order to evaluate it’sperformance. In all the cases, proposed system exhibitssatisfactory results.
–Neural Network, Support Vector Machine (SVM), RBF (Radial Basis Function), Symptoms, Medicine.
Expert systems(ES) are artificial intelligence-base computer programs that have received a great deal of attention duringyears. These programs have been used to solve an impressivearray of problems in a variety of fields. The part of the expertsystem that stores the knowledge is called the knowledge base.The part that holds the specifics of the to-be-solved problem iscall the global database. The part that applies the knowledgeto the problem is called the inference engine. Expert systemstypically have friendly user interface to enable inexperiencedusers to specify problems for the system to solve and tounderstand the system’s conclusion.Although, there are many computer based diagnosissystems are developed for medicine. [1-3], however thenumber of expert system for human heart diagnosis domainsare still very few .
The Need for Expert Systems
Expert systems are necessitated by the limitations associatedwith conventionalhuman decision-making processes,including:1. Human expertise is very scarce.2. Humans get tired from physical or mental workload.3. Humans forget crucial details of a problem.4. Humans are inconsistent in their day-to-day decisions.5. Humans have limited working memory.6. Humans are unable to comprehend large amounts of dataquickly.7. Humans are unable to retain large amounts of data inmemory.8. Humans are slow in recalling information stored inmemory.9. Humans are subject to deliberate or inadvertent bias in their actions.10. Humans can deliberately avoid decision responsibilities.11. Humans lie, hide, and die.The proposed methodologyuses neural network for classifier. The performance of proposed methodology wasevaluated with two different neural network techniques.Moreover, we compared our result with Support Vector Machine and Radial Basis Function with original medicines provided by the doctor. We obtain 97% accuracy from theexperiments made on the data set containing 300samples.This classification is the highest so for with our data.
The paper is organizedas following, in Section 2, a brief overviewon previous related works and in section 3, introduction of Support Vector Machine and Radial Basis Functionisdescribed. Section 4, the proposed methodology and preparingData for underlying neural network. Section 5,Experimental
Shaikh Abdul Hannan
-Workingas lecturer in Vivekanand College,Aurangabad and persuing Ph.D. from North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon(email@example.com)2.
V. D. Bhagile
-Working as Principal in Sayali College, Aurangabad.(firstname.lastname@example.org)3.
R. R. Manza
-Working as Lecturer in Department of Computer Scienceand Information Technology, Dr. B. A. M. University, Aurangabad.(email@example.com)4.
R. J. Ramteke
-Working as a reader in Department of Computer Science, North Maharashtra University,Jalgaon. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
IJCSIS) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security,Vol. 8, No. 5, August 2010245http://sites.google.com/site/ijcsis/ISSN 1947-5500