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Predication of Parkinson's disease using data mining methods: A comparative analysis of tree, statistical and support vector machine classifiers

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3 Author(s)
Geeta Yadav ; Dept. of Pharm. Sci., Birla Inst. of Technol., Ranchi, India ; Yugal Kumar ; G. Sahoo

The prediction of Parkinson's disease in early age has been challenging task among researchers because the symptoms of disease come into existence in middle and late middle age. There is lot of the symptoms that leads to Parkinson's disease. But this paper focus on the speech articulation difficulty symptoms of PD affected people and try to formulate the model on the behalf of three data mining methods. These three data mining methods are taken from three different domains of data mining i.e. from tree classifier, statistical classifier and support vector machine classifier. Performance of these three classifiers is measured with three performance matrices i.e. accuracy, sensitivity and specificity. So, the main task of this paper is tried to find out which model identified the PD affected people more accurately.

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Computing and Communication Systems (NCCCS), 2012 National Conference on

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21-22 Nov. 2012