DEEP LEARNING FOR HEALTH INFORMATICS: A SECURE CELLULAR AUTOMATAJournal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.8, No. 6)
Publication Date: 2020-07-17
Authors : Farrukh Arslan;
Page : 879-888
Keywords : International Journal of Advanced Research (IJAR);
Health informatics has gained a greater focus as the data analytics role has become vital for the last two decades. Many machine learning-based models have evolved to process the huge data involved in this sector. Deep Learning (DL) augmented with Non-Linear Cellular Automata (NLCA) is becoming a powerful tool with great potential to process big data. This will help to develop a system that facilitates parallelization, rapid data storage, and computational power with improved security parameters. This paper provides a novel and robust mechanism with deep learning augmented with non-linear cellular automata with greater security, adaptability for health informatics. The proposed mechanism is adaptableandcanaddress many open problems in medical informatics, bioinformatics, and medical imaging. The security parameters considered in this model are Confidentiality, authorization, and integrity. This method is evaluated for performance, and it reports an average accuracy of 89.32%. The parameters precision, sensitivity, and specificity are considered to measure to measure the accuracy of the model.
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