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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 6, June 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



A Framework To Support Management Of HIV/AIDS Using K-Means And Random Forest Algorithm

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AUTHOR(S)

Gladys Iseu, Waweru Mwangi, Dr. Michael Kimwele

 

KEYWORDS

Clustering, Classification, K-Means, Random Forest , Data Mining, Big Data

 

ABSTRACT

Healthcare industry generates large amounts of complex data about patients, hospital resources, disease management, electronic patient records, and medical devices among others. The availability of these huge amounts of medical data creates a need for powerful mining tools to support health care professionals in diagnosis, treatment and management of HIV/AIDS. Several data mining techniques have been used in management of different data sets. Data mining techniques have been categorized into regression algorithms, segmentation algorithms, association algorithms, sequence analysis algorithms and classification algorithms. In the medical field, there has not been a specific study that has incorporated two or more data mining algorithms hence limiting decision making levels by medical practitioners. This study identified the extent to which K-means algorithm cluster patient characteristics; it has also evaluated the extent to which random forest algorithm can classify the data for informed decision making as well as design a framework to support medical decision making in the treatment of HIV/AIDS related diseases in Kenya. The paper further used random forest classification algorithm to compute proximities between pairs of cases that can be used in clustering, locating outliers or (by scaling) to give interesting views of the data.

 

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