DOI: 10.3390/a16090417 ISSN:

An Optimization Precise Model of Stroke Data to Improve Stroke Prediction

Ivan G. Ivanov, Yordan Kumchev, Vincent James Hooper
  • Computational Mathematics
  • Computational Theory and Mathematics
  • Numerical Analysis
  • Theoretical Computer Science

Stroke is a major public health issue with significant economic consequences. This study aims to enhance stroke prediction by addressing imbalanced datasets and algorithmic bias. Our research focuses on accurately and precisely detecting stroke possibility to aid prevention. We tackle the overlooked aspect of imbalanced datasets in the healthcare literature. Our study focuses on predicting stroke in a general context rather than specific subtypes. This clarification will not only ensure a clear understanding of our study’s scope but also enhance the overall transparency and impact of our findings. We construct an optimization model and describe an effective methodology and algorithms for machine learning classification, accommodating missing data and imbalances. Our models outperform previous efforts in stroke prediction, demonstrating higher sensitivity, specificity, accuracy, and precision. Data quality and preprocessing play a crucial role in developing reliable models. The proposed algorithm using SVMs achieves 98% accuracy and 97% recall score. In-depth data analysis and advanced machine learning techniques improve stroke prediction. This research highlights the value of data-oriented approaches, leading to enhanced accuracy and understanding of stroke risk factors. These methods can be applied to other medical domains, benefiting patient care and public health outcomes. By incorporating our findings, the efficiency and effectiveness of the public health system can be improved.

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