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Applying Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Prediction of Neurodegenerative Disorders: A Comparative Case-Study on Clinical Tests and Neuroimaging Tests with Alzheimer’s Disease

Version 1 : Received: 18 March 2020 / Approved: 19 March 2020 / Online: 19 March 2020 (11:25:01 CET)

How to cite: Abdullah Farid, A.; Selim, G.; Khater, H. Applying Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Prediction of Neurodegenerative Disorders: A Comparative Case-Study on Clinical Tests and Neuroimaging Tests with Alzheimer’s Disease. Preprints 2020, 2020030299 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202003.0299.v1). Abdullah Farid, A.; Selim, G.; Khater, H. Applying Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Prediction of Neurodegenerative Disorders: A Comparative Case-Study on Clinical Tests and Neuroimaging Tests with Alzheimer’s Disease. Preprints 2020, 2020030299 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202003.0299.v1).

Abstract

Alzheimer's disease (AD) detection acting as an essential role in global health care due to misdiagnosis and sharing many clinical sets with other types of dementia, and costly monitoring the progression of the disease over time by magnetic reasoning imaging (MRI) with consideration of human error in manual reading. This paper goal a comparative study on the performance of data mining techniques on two datasets of Clinical and Neuroimaging Tests with AD. Our proposed model in the first stage, Apply clinical medical dataset to a composite hybrid feature selection (CHFS), for extract new features to select the best features due to eliminating obscures features, In parallel with Apply a novel hybrid feature extraction of three batch edge detection algorithm and texture from MRI images dataset and optimized with fuzzy 64-bin histogram. In the second stage, we applied a clinical dataset to a stacked hybrid classification(SHC) model to combine Jrip and random forest classifiers with six model evaluations as meta-classifier individually to improve the prediction of clinical diagnosis. At the same stage of improving the classification accuracy of neuroimaging (MRI) dataset images by applying a convolution neural network (CNN) in comparison with traditional classifiers, running on extracted features from images. The authors have collected the clinical dataset of 426 subjects with (1229 potential patient sample) from oasis.org and (MRI) dataset from a benchmark kaggle.com with a total of around ~5000 images each segregated into the severity of Alzheimer's. The datasets evaluated using an explorer set of weka data mining software for the analysis purpose. The experimental show that the proposed model of ‏(CHFS) feature extraction ‏ lead to effectively reduced the false-negative rate with a relatively high overall accuracy with a stack hybrid classification of support vector machine (SVM) as meta-classifier of 96.50% compared to 68.83% of the previous result on a clinical dataset, Besides a compared model of CNN classification on MRI images dataset of 80.21%. The results showed the superiority of our CHFS model in predicting Alzheimer's disease more accurately with the clinical medical dataset in early-stage compared with the neuroimaging (MRI) dataset. The results of the proposed model were able to predict with accurately classify Alzheimer's clinical samples at a low cost in comparison with the MRI-CNN images model at the early stage and get a good indicator for high classification rate for MRI images when applying our proposed model of SHC.

Subject Areas

Data Mining; Alzheimer’s Dementia; Composite Hybrid Feature Selection; Machine learning; stack ‎Hybrid Classification; AI; MRI; Neuroimaging; MPEG7 edge histogram feature extraction; CNN

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