Artificial Neural Networks Based Predictive Model for Detecting the Early-Stage Diabetes
Keywords:Artificial Neural Networks, Blood Glucose, Diabetes, Relief-Based Filter.
High blood glucose levels cause diabetes, and it is characterized as a chronic disease that will disrupt fat and protein metabolism. The blood glucose levels rise because it cannot be burned in the cells due to a shortage of insulin secretion by the pancreas, or the insulin produced by the cell is insufficient. If exact early detection is possible, the hazard and prevalence of diabetes can be decreased considerably. With this, the application of technology has been an essential part of providing accurate and acceptable results in the prevention and early detection of the illness. This research implements artificial neural networks to predict the early stage of diabetes by incorporating methods involving feature selection or dimension reduction using a Relief-Based Filter for testing and training data. The results show 99.3% prediction accuracy and can be essential in contributing to a new way that is highly accurate in determining diabetes among patients.
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