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Comparative study on dimensionality reduction for disease diagnosis using fuzzy classifier
Published in Science Publishing Corporation
Volume: 7
Issue: 1
Pages: 79 - 84
Machine learning is the worldwide recent research technique for various systems as they are intelligent enough to find the solution for classification and prediction problems. The proposed work is about a hybrid genetic fuzzy algorithm that performs an optimal search as well as classification upon uncertain data. The data which is uncertain is suitable for fuzzy classifiers to predict the disease. The hybrid genetic fuzzy system applied on the attributes selects relevant attributes. The selected attributes are fed into the fuzzy classifier. The fuzzy rules are again generated using genetic algorithms. This algorithm is applied on three of the important and bench marking data sets taken from the UCI machine learning repository. The heart disease, Wisconsin breast cancer and Pima Indian diabetes datasets produce classification accuracy as 89.65%, 99.5% and 88.93% respectively. In this article there is a comparative study on few of the feature selection and feature reduction techniques.
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JournalInternational Journal of Engineering & Technology
PublisherScience Publishing Corporation
Open AccessYes
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