Heart Disease Data Pre-Processing Using Enhanced Data Mining Techniques

  • Ms. C. Keerthana, Dr. B. Azhagusundari

Abstract

 Data mining is an iterative progress in which evolution is defined by detection, through normal or manual methods. Knowledge discovery and data mining have discovered different applications in scientific space Heart disease is a term for defining a huge measure of healthcare conditions that are identified with the heart. Diverse data mining techniques, for instance, affiliation rule mining, classification, clustering is utilized to predict the heart disease in medical services industry. The coronary illness database is preprocessed to make the mining cycle more successful. The preprocessed data is clustered utilizing bundling algorithms like K-intends to aggregate relevant data in database. Maximal Frequent Item Set Algorithm (MAFIA) is used for mining maximal frequent models in coronary illness database. Coronary illness is the principle wellspring of death in any place on the world over late years. Researchers have built up numerous cross variety data mining techniques for diagnosing coronary illness. This paper depicts a preprocessing strategy and dissects the accuracy for forecast subsequent to preprocessing the noisy data. It is also seen that the accuracy has been expanded to 91% subsequent to preprocessing and sum up the ebb and flow proof on the utilization of preprocessing techniques in coronary illness.

Published
2020-12-30
How to Cite
Ms. C. Keerthana, Dr. B. Azhagusundari. (2020). Heart Disease Data Pre-Processing Using Enhanced Data Mining Techniques. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(08), 6274-6282. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/36064
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