Deep Conviction Systems for Biomedical Applications Using Intuiting Procedures With Cross Point Approach


The production, testing, and processing of signals without any interpretation is a crucial task with time scale periods in today’s biological applications. As a result, the proposed work attempts to use a deep learning model to handle difficulties that arise during the processing stage of biomedical information. Deep Conviction Systems (DCS) are employed at the integration step for this procedure, which uses classification processes with a large number of characteristics. In addition, a novel system model for analyzing the behavior of biomedical signals has been developed, complete with an output tracking mechanism that delivers transceiver results in a low-power implementation approach. Because low-power transceivers are integrated, the cost of implementation for designated output units will be decreased. To prove the effectiveness of DCS feasibility, convergence and robustness characteristics are observed by incorporating an interface system that is processed with a deep learning toolbox. They compared test results using DCS to prove that all experimental scenarios prove to be much more effective for about 79 percent for variations with time periods.

Frontiers in Public Health
Shitharth Selvarajan
Shitharth Selvarajan
Lecturer in Cyber Security

My research interests include Cyber Security, Blockchain, Critical Infrastructure & Systems, Network Security & Ethical Hacking.