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One of the important problems in using gene expression profiles to forecast cancer is how to effectively select a few useful genes to build exact models from large amount of genes. Classification is also a major issue in data mining. The classification difficulties in medical area often classify medical dataset based on the outcomes of medical analysis or report of medical action by the medical practitioner. In this study, a prediction model is proposed for the classification of cancer based on gene expression profiles. Feature selection also plays a vital role in cancer classification. Feature selection techniques can be used to extract the marker genes to improve classification accuracy efficiently by removing the unwanted noisy and redundant genes. The proposed study discusses the bijective-soft-set-based classification method for gene expression data of three different cancers, which are breast cancer, lung cancer, and leukemia cancer. The proposed algorithm is also compared with fuzzy-soft-set-based classification algorithms, fuzzy KNN, and k-nearest neighbor approach. Comparative analysis of the proposed approach shows good accuracy over other methods.
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- Improved Bijective-Soft-Set-Based Classification for Gene Expression Data
S. Udhaya Kumar
H. Hannah Inbarani
S. Senthil Kumar
- Springer India
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