Supervised Linear Estimator Modeling (SLEMH) for Health Monitoring: Recent Perspectives

Supervised Linear Estimator Modeling (SLEMH) for Health Monitoring: Recent Perspectives

In this research work, the E-Health monitoring system has been developed using fifteen health
indicators. These fifteen features were selected by following a Recursive Feature Elimination with
Cross-Validation method. The dataset was labeled as per medical limits and segregated into three
classes (normal, borderline and onset of unhealthy state). A rigorous process was followed at each
step to find out which linear estimator and model is suitable for classifying health condition of persons.
Five regression estimators were evaluated and it was found that logistic regression and linear
discriminant analysis methods are providing highest accuracy and lowest error for classifying three
health states of a patient.

Author(s) Details

Amandeep Kaur
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Ikgptu Kapurthala, Punjab, India.

Anuj Kumar Gupta
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, CGC, Landran, Punjab, India.

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