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    Title: Hybrid method for mining rules based on enhanced Apriori algorithm with sequential minimal optimization in healthcare industry
    Authors: Sornalaks, M.;Sornalakshmi, M.;Balamural, S.;Balamurali, S.;Venkatesu, M.;Venkatesulu, M.;Navaneeth, M.;Krishnan, M. Navaneetha;Ku, Lakshmana;Ramasamy, Lakshmana Kumar;Ka, Seifedine;Kadry, Seifedine;Gunasekaran;Manogaran, Gunasekaran;許慶賢;Hsu, Ching-Hsien;Bala, Anand M;Muthu, Bala Anand
    Contributors: 資訊工程學系
    Keywords: Context ontology;Enhanced Apriori algorithm (EAA);Healthcare system;Sequential minimal optimization (SMO) regression;Wireless sensor network
    Date: 2019-12
    Issue Date: 2020-09-04 13:43:48 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: Data mining may enable healthcare organizations, with analysis of the different prospects and connection between seemingly unrelated information, to anticipate trends in the patient’s medical condition and behavior. Raw data are large and heterogeneous from healthcare organizations. It needs to be collected and arranged, and its integration enables medical information systems to be integrated in a united way. Health data mining offers unlimited possibilities to evaluate numerous less obvious or secret data models utilizing common techniques for study. Association rule mining (ARM) is an effective technique for detecting the connection of the data which are the most commonly used and influential algorithms in ARM for an Apriori algorithm. However, it generates a large amount of rules and does not guarantee the efficiency and value of the knowledge created. In order to overcome this issue, an enhanced Apriori algorithm (EAA) based on the knowledge of a context ontology (EAA-SMO) methodology for sequential minimal optimization (SMO) is suggested. The simple knowledge is to establish the ideas of ontology as a hierarchical structure of the conceptual clusters of specific subjects, which comprises “similar” concepts that mean an exact category of the knowledge within the domain. There is an interesting rule for each cluster based on the correlation between the items. In addition, the rule developed is classified as a prediction model for anomaly detection based on SMO regression. The experimental analysis demonstrates the proposed method improved 2% of accuracy and minimizes the execution time by 25% when compared to semantic ontology.
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