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Journal : ComEngApp : Computer Engineering and Applications Journal

Cloud-based ECG Interpretation of Atrial Fibrillation Condition with Deep Learning Technique Bambang Tutuko; Rossi Passarella; Firdaus Firdaus; Muhammad Naufal Rachmatullah; Annisa Darmawahyuni; Ade Iriani Sapitri; Siti Nurmaini
Computer Engineering and Applications Journal Vol 10 No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Universitas Sriwijaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (320.888 KB) | DOI: 10.18495/comengapp.v10i1.356


The prevalent type of arrhythmia associated with an increased risk of stroke and mortality is atrial fibrillation (AF). It is a known priority to identify AF before the first complication occurs. No previous studies have explored the feasibility of conducting AF screening using a deep learning (DL) algorithm (integrated cloud-computing) telehealth surveillance system. Hence, we address this problem. The goal of this research was to determine the feasibility of AF screening using an embedded cloud-computing algorithm in nonmetropolitan areas using a telehealth surveillance system. By using a single-lead electrocardiogram (ECG) recorder, we performed a prospective AF screening study. Both ECG measurements were evaluated and interpreted by the cloud-computing algorithm and a cardiologist on the telehealth monitoring system. The proposed cloud-computing based on Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) algorithm for AF detection had an accuracy of 99% sensitivity of 98%, and specificity of 99%. The overall satisfaction performance for the process of AF screening, and it is feasible to conduct AF screening by using a telehealth monitoring system containing an embedded cloud-computing algorithm.
Identification of Indonesian Authors Using Deep Neural Networks Firdaus Firdaus; Irvan Fahreza; Siti Nurmaini; Annisa Darmawahyuni; Ade Iriani Sapitri; Muhammad Naufal Rachmatullah; Suci Dwi Lestari; Muhammad Fachrurrozi; Mira Afrina; Bayu Wijaya Putra
Computer Engineering and Applications Journal Vol 11 No 1 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Sriwijaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (402.465 KB) | DOI: 10.18495/comengapp.v11i1.398


Author Name Disambiguation (AND) is a problem that occurs when a set of publications contains ambiguous names of authors, i.e. the same author may appear with different names (synonyms) in other published papers, or author (authors) who may be different who may have the same name (homonym). In this final project, we will design a model with a Deep Neural Network (DNN) classifier. The dataset used in this final project uses primary data sourced from the Scopus website. This research focuses on integrating data from Indonesian authors. Parameters accuracy, sensitivity and precision are standard benchmarks to determine the performance of the method used to solve AND problems. The best DNN classification model achieves 99.9936% Accuracy, 93.1433% Sensitivity, 94.3733% Precision. Then for the highest performance measurement, the case of Non Synonym-Homonym (SH) has 99.9967% Accuracy, 96.7388% Sensitivity, and 97.5102% Precision.
Dermatitis Atopic and Psoriasis Skin Disease Classification by using Convolutional Neural Network Dwi Mei Rita Sari; Siti Nurmaini; Dian Palupi Rini; Ade Iriani Sapitri
Computer Engineering and Applications Journal Vol 12 No 1 (2023)
Publisher : Universitas Sriwijaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18495/comengapp.v12i1.419


Skin is the one of the body parts that play a large role in human physical body. There are so many functions of the skin such as offering protection against fungal infection, bacteria, allergy, viruses and controls the temperature of the body. But, the reported shown that the skin disease is the most common disease in humans among all age groups and a significant root of infection. The diagnosis of skin diseases involves several tests. Due to this, the diagnosis process is seen to be intensely laborious, time-consuming and requires an extensive understanding aspecially for the skin disease that have similar symptoms. Two skin diseases that have similar symptoms and most misdiagnosed are atopic dermatitis and psoriasis. Convolutional Neural Network for image processing and classifying have been developed for more accurate classification of skin diseases with different architectures. However, the accuracy in determining skin lesions using CNNs is on the average level. The factors that affect the accuracy result of a CNN is the depth where gradients vanished as the network goes deeper. Another factor is the variance in the training set which means the need of the large size of training set. Hence, in this study we tried 10 CNN architecture to get the best result for classifying dermatitis atopic and psoriasis. These are VGG 16, VGG 19, ResNet 50, ResNet 101, MobileNet, MobileNet V2, DenseNet 121, DenseNet 201, Inception and Xception. Experimental result shown that the inception V3 architecture give the best result with accuracy for data testing 84%, accuracy for unseen data 82% and confusion matrix with True positive obtained is 248, True Negative is 61, False positive is 54 and False Negative 298.
Forecasting Of Intensive Care Unit Patient Heart Rate Using Long Short-Term Memory Firdaus Firdaus; Muhammad Fachrurrozi; Siti Nurmaini; Bambang Tutuko; Muhammad Naufal Rachmatullah; Annisa Darmawahyuni; Ade Iriani Sapitri; Anggun Islami; Masayu Nadila Maharani; Bayu Wijaya Putra
Computer Engineering and Applications Journal Vol 12 No 3 (2023)
Publisher : Universitas Sriwijaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18495/comengapp.v12i3.457


Cardiac arrest remains a critical concern in Intensive Care Units (ICUs), with alarmingly low survival rates. Early prediction of cardiac arrest is challenging due to the complexity of patient data and the temporal nature of ICU care. To address this challenge, we explore the use of Deep Learning (DL) models, specifically Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM), Bidirectional LSTM (BiLSTM), and Gated Recurrent Unit (GRU), for forecasting ICU patient heart rates. We utilize a dataset extracted from the MIMIC III database, which poses the typical challenges of irregular time series data and missing values. Our research encompasses a comprehensive methodology, including data preprocessing, model development, and performance evaluation. Data preprocessing involves regularizing and imputing missing values, as well as data normalization. The dataset is partitioned into training, testing, and validation sets to facilitate model training and evaluation. Fine-tuning of hyperparameters is conducted to optimize each DL architecture's performance. Our results reveal that the GRU architecture consistently outperforms LSTM and BiLSTM in predicting heart rates, achieving the lowest RMSE and MAE values. The findings underscore the potential of DL models, particularly GRU, in enhancing the early detection of cardiac events in ICU patients.