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Preprint: Unleashing Modified Deep Learning Models in Efficient COVID19 Detection

  • The COVID19 pandemic, a unique and devastating respiratory disease outbreak, has affected global populations as the disease spreads rapidly. Recent Deep Learning breakthroughs may improve COVID19 prediction and forecasting as a tool of precise and fast detection, however, current methods are still being examined to achieve higher accuracy and precision. This study analyzed the collection containedThe COVID19 pandemic, a unique and devastating respiratory disease outbreak, has affected global populations as the disease spreads rapidly. Recent Deep Learning breakthroughs may improve COVID19 prediction and forecasting as a tool of precise and fast detection, however, current methods are still being examined to achieve higher accuracy and precision. This study analyzed the collection contained 8055 CT image samples, 5427 of which were COVID cases and 2628 non COVID. The 9544 Xray samples included 4044 COVID patients and 5500 non COVID cases. The most accurate models are MobileNet V3 (97.872 percent), DenseNet201 (97.567 percent), and GoogleNet Inception V1 (97.643 percent). High accuracy indicates that these models can make many accurate predictions, as well as others, are also high for MobileNetV3 and DenseNet201. An extensive evaluation using accuracy, precision, and recall allows a comprehensive comparison to improve predictive models by combining loss optimization with scalable batch normalization in this study. Our analysis shows that these tactics improve model performance and resilience for advancing COVID19 prediction and detection and shows how Deep Learning can improve disease handling. The methods we suggest would strengthen healthcare systems, policymakers, and researchers to make educated decisions to reduce COVID19 and other contagious diseases.show moreshow less

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Document Type:Article (unreviewed)
Zitierlink: https://opus.hs-offenburg.de/8442
Bibliografische Angaben
Title (English):Preprint: Unleashing Modified Deep Learning Models in Efficient COVID19 Detection
Author:Md Aminul Islam, Shabbir Ahmed ShuvoStaff Member, Mohammad Abu Tareq Rony, M Raihan, Md Abu Sufian
Year of Publication:2023
Date of first Publication:2023/10/21
First Page:1
Last Page:15
DOI:https://doi.org/10.48550/arXiv.2310.14081
Language:English
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Institutes:Fakultät Wirtschaft (W)
Tag:COVID-19; Deep Learning; DenseNet; DenseNet201; Disease Detection; GoogleNet; Image Processing; MobileNet; ResNet
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Relevance:Keine Relevanz
Open Access: Open Access 
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Licence (German):License LogoCreative Commons - CC BY - Namensnennung 4.0 International
ArXiv Id:http://arxiv.org/abs/2310.14081