Artificial Neural Network based COVID-19 Suspected Area Identification

Authors

  • Tanjima Akhter Department of Applied Mathematics, Noakhali Science & Technology University, Bangladesh
  • Md. Ariful Islam Department of Robotics & Mechatronics Engineering, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Saiful Islam Department of Information and Communication Technology, Bangladesh University of Professionals, Bangladesh

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.38032/jea.2020.04.010

Keywords:

Neural Network, COVID-19, Feed Forward, Back Propagation, Fuzzy Logic System, Mamdani Inference Mechanism

Abstract

This paper deals with the symptoms based COVID-19 suspected area identification using an artificial neural network by which a country or region can be divided into red, yellow, and green zone representing the highly infected area, moderate infected area, and controlled or low infected area, respectively. At first, an online survey of twenty (20) patients was conducted based on the nine (09) major symptoms of COVID-19. Then, a model based on the fuzzy logic system was designed consisting of COVID-19 symptoms identification, fuzzification, rule evaluation, fuzzy inference mechanism, etc. for getting the data sets to be trained in neural networks. For different combinations of 09 symptoms, different rules were generated and evaluated for possible recommendations. Based on different rules, three possible outputs representing high infection probability, medium infection probability, and low infection probability were obtained using the Mamdani inference mechanism. These outputs were termed as red, yellow, and green zone separated by the crisp value of +1, 0, -1, respectively, and considered as target data to be trained in neural networks.

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28-12-2020
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Akhter, T. ., Islam, M. A., & Islam, S. . (2020). Artificial Neural Network based COVID-19 Suspected Area Identification. Journal of Engineering Advancements, 1(04), 188–194. https://doi.org/10.38032/jea.2020.04.010

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