A Proposed Method for Mining Breast Cancer Pattern Using Particle Swarm OptimizationAuthor : Pranjali Dewangan and Neelamsahu
Volume 8 No.1 January-March 2019 pp 69-73
Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of death among women in many parts of the world. In this paper, we have developed an efficient hybrid data mining approach to separate from a population of patients who have and who do not have breast cancer. The proposed data mining approach has consisted of two phases. In first phase, the statistical method will be used to pre-process the data, which can eliminate the insignificant features. It can reduce the computational complexity and speed up the data mining process. In the second phase, we proposed a new data mining methodology, which based on the fundamental concept of the standard particle swarm optimization (PSO), namely discrete PSO. This phase aimed at creating a novel PSO in which each particle was coded in positive integer numbers and had a feasible system structure. Based on the obtained results, our proposed DPSO can improve the accuracy to 98.71%, sensitivity to 100%, and specificity to 98.21%. When compared with the previous research, the proposed hybrid approach shows the improvement in both accuracy and robustness. According to the high quality of our research results, the proposed DPSO data mining algorithm can be used as the reference for deciding on hospital and provide the reference for the researchers.
Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO), Data Mining, Breast Cancer, Discrete PSO
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