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Title: Binary fire hawks optimizer with deep learning driven non-invasive diabetes detection and classification
Author: Namakkal Ramasamy Periasamy NIVETHA, Paapampalayam Shanmugam PERIASAMY, Anitha PERIASAMY

Abstract: Non-invasive diabetes detection refers to the utilization and development of technologies and methods that can monitor and diagnose diabetes without requiring invasive procedures, namely invasive glucose monitoring or blood sampling. The objective is to provide a more convenient and less burdensome approach to screening and management of diabetes. It is noteworthy that while non-invasive method offers promising avenues for diabetes detection, they frequently require validation through clinical studies and might have limitation in terms of reliability and accuracy than classical invasive approaches. In recent times, deep learning (DL) and feature selection (FS) are used to monitor and diagnose diabetes accurately without requiring invasive procedures. This technique combines the FS method with the DL algorithm for making accurate predictions and extracting relevant features from non-invasive data. This article introduces a new Binary Fire Hawks Optimizer with Deep Learning-Driven Non-Invasive Diabetes Detection and Classification (BFHODL-NIDDC) technique. The major intention of the BFHODL-NIDDC technique focuses on the involvement of non-invasive procedures for the detection of diabetes. In the BFHODL-NIDDC technique, data preprocessing is initially performed to preprocess the input data. Next, the BFHO algorithm chooses an optimal subset of features and improves the classifier results. For the identification of diabetes, multichannel convolutional bidirectional long short-term memory (MC-BLSTM) model is used. At last, the beetle antenna search (BAS) algorithm is used for the hyperparameter selection of the MC-BLSTM method which in turn enhances the detection performance of the MC-BLSTM model. A series of simulations were conducted on the diabetes dataset to assess the diabetes detection performance of the BFHODL-NIDDC technique. The experimental outcomes illustrated better performance of the BFHODL-NIDDC method over other recent approaches in terms of different metrics (Tab. 4, Fig. 9, Ref. 23).

Keywords: diabetes, non-invasive detection, binary fire hawks optimizer, deep learning, hyperparameter tuning
Published online: 25-Oct-2023
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