Multi-label Classification Performance using Deep Learning


Snehal Awachat


Understanding and using extensive, elevated, and heterogeneous biological data continues to be a major obstacle in the transformation of medical services.  Digital health records, neuroimaging, sensor readings, and literature, which are all complicated, heterogeneous, inadequately labelled, and frequently unorganized, are all growing in contemporary biology and medicine. Prior to building prediction or sorting designs in front of the attributes, conventional information retrieval and statistical modelling predicates need to do data augmentation to extract useful and more durable features from the information. In the case of complex material and inadequate technical understanding, a variety of problems along both phases. The most recent convolutional technological advancements offer new, efficient frameworks to create end-to-end teaching methods from massive information. Therefore, in paper, we examine the most recent research on using deep techniques to improve the medical field. We propose that deeper learning technologies may be the means of converting large-scale physiological data into enhancing human ability based on the reviewed studies. We additionally draw attention to some drawbacks and the requirement for better technique design and application, particularly in terms of simplicity of comprehension for subject matter experts and social researchers. In order to bridge deeper learning models with natural interpretability, we examine these problems and recommend creating comprehensive and meaningful decipherable architectures.


How to Cite
Snehal Awachat. (2023). Multi-label Classification Performance using Deep Learning. International Journal of Next-Generation Computing, 14(1).


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