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Author(s):  
Kannuru Padmaja

Abstract: In this paper, we present the implementation of Devanagari handwritten character recognition using deep learning. Hand written character recognition gaining more importance due to its major contribution in automation system. Devanagari script is one of various languages script in India. It consists of 12 vowels and 36 consonants. Here we implemented the deep learning model to recognize the characters. The character recognition mainly five steps: pre-processing, segmentation, feature extraction, prediction, post-processing. The model will use convolutional neural network to train the model and image processing techniques to use the character recognition and predict the accuracy of rcognition. Keywords: convolutional neural network, character recognition, Devanagari script, deep learning.


2022 ◽  
Vol 13 (2) ◽  
pp. 1-20
Author(s):  
Zhe Jiang ◽  
Wenchong He ◽  
Marcus Stephen Kirby ◽  
Arpan Man Sainju ◽  
Shaowen Wang ◽  
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In recent years, deep learning has achieved tremendous success in image segmentation for computer vision applications. The performance of these models heavily relies on the availability of large-scale high-quality training labels (e.g., PASCAL VOC 2012). Unfortunately, such large-scale high-quality training data are often unavailable in many real-world spatial or spatiotemporal problems in earth science and remote sensing (e.g., mapping the nationwide river streams for water resource management). Although extensive efforts have been made to reduce the reliance on labeled data (e.g., semi-supervised or unsupervised learning, few-shot learning), the complex nature of geographic data such as spatial heterogeneity still requires sufficient training labels when transferring a pre-trained model from one region to another. On the other hand, it is often much easier to collect lower-quality training labels with imperfect alignment with earth imagery pixels (e.g., through interpreting coarse imagery by non-expert volunteers). However, directly training a deep neural network on imperfect labels with geometric annotation errors could significantly impact model performance. Existing research that overcomes imperfect training labels either focuses on errors in label class semantics or characterizes label location errors at the pixel level. These methods do not fully incorporate the geometric properties of label location errors in the vector representation. To fill the gap, this article proposes a weakly supervised learning framework to simultaneously update deep learning model parameters and infer hidden true vector label locations. Specifically, we model label location errors in the vector representation to partially reserve geometric properties (e.g., spatial contiguity within line segments). Evaluations on real-world datasets in the National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) refinement application illustrate that the proposed framework outperforms baseline methods in classification accuracy.


2022 ◽  
Vol 9 (2) ◽  
pp. 109-118
Author(s):  
Chaminda Tennakoon ◽  
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Subha Fernando ◽  

Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks is one of the serious threats in the domain of cybersecurity where it affects the availability of online services by disrupting access to its legitimate users. The consequences of such attacks could be millions of dollars in worth since all of the online services are relying on high availability. The magnitude of DDoS attacks is ever increasing as attackers are smart enough to innovate their attacking strategies to expose vulnerabilities in the intrusion detection models or mitigation mechanisms. The history of DDoS attacks reflects that network and transport layers of the OSI model were the initial target of the attackers, but the recent history from the cybersecurity domain proves that the attacking momentum has shifted toward the application layer of the OSI model which presents a high degree of difficulty distinguishing the attack and benign traffics that make the combat against application-layer DDoS attack a sophisticated task. Striding for high accuracy with high DDoS classification recall is key for any DDoS detection mechanism to keep the reliability and trustworthiness of such a system. In this paper, a deep learning approach for application-layer DDoS detection is proposed by using an autoencoder to perform the feature selection and Deep neural networks to perform the attack classification. A popular benchmark dataset CIC DoS 2017 is selected by extracting the most appealing features from the packet flows. The proposed model has achieved an accuracy of 99.83% with a detection rate of 99.84% while maintaining the false-negative rate of 0.17%, which has the heights accuracy rate among the literature reviewed so far.


2022 ◽  
Vol 93 ◽  
pp. 101752
Author(s):  
Gary Conley ◽  
Stephanie Castle Zinn ◽  
Taylor Hanson ◽  
Krista McDonald ◽  
Nicole Beck ◽  
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Author(s):  
Anshuja Anand Meshram

Abstract: Deep Learning Applications are being applied in various domains in recent years. Training a deep learning model is a very time consuming task. But, many open source frameworks are available to simplify this task. In this review paper we have discussed the features of some popular open source software tools available for deep learning along with their advantages and disadvantages. Software tools discussed in this paper are Tensorflow, Keras, Pytorch, Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit (CNTK). Keywords: Deep Learning, Frameworks, Open Source, Tensorflow, Pytorch, Keras, CNTK


2022 ◽  
Vol 12 (5) ◽  
pp. 879-887
Author(s):  
Jiantao Zhang ◽  
Xiaobo Zhang ◽  
Dong Qu ◽  
Yan Xue ◽  
Xinling Bi ◽  
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Basal cell carcinomas and Bowen’s disease (squamous cell carcinoma in situ) are the most common cutaneous tumors. The early diagnoses of these diseases are very important due to their better prognosis. But it is a heavy workload for the pathologists to recognize a large number of pathological images and diagnose these diseases. So, there is an urgent need to develop an automatic method for detecting and classifying the skin cancers. This paper presents a recognition system of dermatopathology images based on the deep convolutional neural networks (CNN). The dermatopathology images are collected from the hospital. The deep learning model is trained using different image datasets. It can be found that the recognition accuracy of the system can be improved by using data augmentation even if the number of the clinical samples are not increased. But the recognition accuracy of the system is the highest when the number of the original histological image is increased. The experimental results that the system can correctly recognize 88.5% of patients with basal cell carcinoma and 86.5% of patients with Bowen’s disease.


Author(s):  
Frederick Mun ◽  
Ahnryul Choi

Abstract Background Foot pressure distribution can be used as a quantitative parameter for evaluating anatomical deformity of the foot and for diagnosing and treating pathological gait, falling, and pressure sores in diabetes. The objective of this study was to propose a deep learning model that could predict pressure distribution of the whole foot based on information obtained from a small number of pressure sensors in an insole. Methods Twenty young and twenty older adults walked a straight pathway at a preferred speed with a Pedar-X system in anti-skid socks. A long short-term memory (LSTM) model was used to predict foot pressure distribution. Pressure values of nine major sensors and the remaining 90 sensors in a Pedar-X system were used as input and output for the model, respectively. The performance of the proposed LSTM structure was compared with that of a traditionally used adaptive neuro-fuzzy interference system (ANFIS). A low-cost insole system consisting of a small number of pressure sensors was fabricated. A gait experiment was additionally performed with five young and five older adults, excluding subjects who were used to construct models. The Pedar-X system placed parallelly on top of the insole prototype developed in this study was in anti-skid socks. Sensor values from a low-cost insole prototype were used as input of the LSTM model. The accuracy of the model was evaluated by applying a leave-one-out cross-validation. Results Correlation coefficient and relative root mean square error (RMSE) of the LSTM model were 0.98 (0.92 ~ 0.99) and 7.9 ± 2.3%, respectively, higher than those of the ANFIS model. Additionally, the usefulness of the proposed LSTM model for fabricating a low-cost insole prototype with a small number of sensors was confirmed, showing a correlation coefficient of 0.63 to 0.97 and a relative RMSE of 12.7 ± 7.4%. Conclusions This model can be used as an algorithm to develop a low-cost portable smart insole system to monitor age-related physiological and anatomical alterations in foot. This model has the potential to evaluate clinical rehabilitation status of patients with pathological gait, falling, and various foot pathologies when more data of patients with various diseases are accumulated for training.


2022 ◽  
Vol 22 (1) ◽  
Author(s):  
Bo Huang ◽  
Shunyuan Zheng ◽  
Bingxin Ma ◽  
Yongle Yang ◽  
Shengping Zhang ◽  
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Abstract Background Recently, the combination of deep learning and time-lapse imaging provides an objective, standard and scientific solution for embryo selection. However, the reported studies were based on blastocyst formation or clinical pregnancy as the end point. To the best of our knowledge, there is no predictive model that uses the outcome of live birth as the predictive end point. Can a deep learning model predict the probability of live birth from time-lapse system? Methods This study retrospectively analyzed the time-lapse data and live birth outcomes of embryos samples from January 2018 to November 2019. We used the SGD optimizer with an initial learning rate of 0.025 and cosine learning rate reduction strategy. The network is randomly initialized and trained for 200 epochs from scratch. The model is quantitively evaluated over a hold-out test and a 5-fold cross-validation by the average area under the curve (AUC) of the receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve. Results The deep learning model was able to predict live birth outcomes from time-lapse images with an AUC of 0.968 in 5-fold stratified cross-validation. Conclusions This research reported a deep learning model that predicts the live birth outcome of a single blastocyst transfer. This efficient model for predicting the outcome of live births can automatically analyze the time-lapse images of the patient’s embryos without the need for manual embryo annotation and evaluation, and then give a live birth prediction score for each embryo, and sort the embryos by the predicted value.


2022 ◽  
pp. 1-27
Author(s):  
Shaokang Cai ◽  
Dezhi Han ◽  
Xinming Yin ◽  
Dun Li ◽  
Chin-Chen Chang

Complexity ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-12
Author(s):  
Muhammad Zubair Asghar ◽  
Adidah Lajis ◽  
Muhammad Mansoor Alam ◽  
Mohd Khairil Rahmat ◽  
Haidawati Mohamad Nasir ◽  
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Emotion-based sentimental analysis has recently received a lot of interest, with an emphasis on automated identification of user behavior, such as emotional expressions, based on online social media texts. However, the majority of the prior attempts are based on traditional procedures that are insufficient to provide promising outcomes. In this study, we categorize emotional sentiments by recognizing them in the text. For that purpose, we present a deep learning model, bidirectional long-term short-term memory (BiLSMT), for emotion recognition that takes into account five main emotions (Joy, Sadness, Fear, Shame, Guilt). We use our experimental assessments on the emotion dataset to accomplish the emotion categorization job. The datasets were evaluated and the findings revealed that, when compared to state-of-the-art methodologies, the proposed model can successfully categorize user emotions into several classifications. Finally, we assess the efficacy of our strategy using statistical analysis. This research’s findings help firms to apply best practices in the selection, management, and optimization of policies, services, and product information.


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