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Research Publications / DIU awarded its researchers in 2022
« on: September 20, 2022, 12:42:32 PM »

To celebrate about 500 Scopus indexed research publications in 2021 and to recognize the scholarly contributions of the faculty members, students and alumni, the Division of Research of Daffodil International University organized the “Research Award Giving Ceremony 2022” on 23rd March, 2022at the International Conference Hall of the University, Daffodil Smart City, Ashulia, Dhaka.

Prof. Dr. Biswajit Chanda, Member, University Grants Commission of Bangladesh (UGC) was present at the program as the chief guest. The program was also addressed by Dr. Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Board of Trustees, DIU, Professor Dr. M. Lutfar Rahman, Vice Chancellor of DIU, Professor Dr. SM MahbubUlHaqueMajumder, Pro Vice Chancellor of DIU and Prof. Dr. Md. Kabirul Islam, Director, Division of Research, DIU. Among others, Professor Dr. Engr. AKM Fazlul Hoque, Registrar, all Deans of Faculties, Head of the Departments and allFaculty members were present at the program.

At the outset, Prof. Dr. Md. Kabirul Islam, Director, Division of Research delivered the welcome address and a presentation on DIU’s recent research achievements and declared the names of the special awardees based on the Scopus indexed quality publications in 2021.

Prof. Dr. Kudrat-E-Khuda Babu, Head, Department of Law and Nurul Mohammad Zayed, Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administrationindividually achieved Best Research Award 2022 in recognition of their good number of publications in high indexed journals. Besides, two students of DIU: Md. Mominur Rahman, Department of Pharmacy and F.M. Javed Mehedi Shamrat, Department of Software Engineering were individually awarded as ‘Best Student Research Award 2022’.

On the other hand, the Department of Public Health; Department of Pharmacy, Department of Business Administration achieved Best Department Research Award 2022 for their quality publications and research networking and Department of Computer Science & Engineering got the Best Department Research Award 2022 for involving highest number of students in research and publications. The awardees received a certificate and financial incentives for their scholarly work.

Dr. Md.Sabur Khan in his speech focused on social and commercial impacts and branding. He urged the researchers to focus on getting patent of their intellectual innovation and research work.He requested UGC to work with the government to consider the possibility of authorizing capable private universities to award PhD degree by fixing relevant KPI to ensure quality and capability.

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Rankings / DIU Ranked Within Top 500 Global Universities by U-MultiRank 2022
« on: September 20, 2022, 12:25:53 PM »

DIU achieves a prestigious overall position 490th among global universities- released by U-Multirank 2022 on 21 June. Besides, in the subject-wise ranking category, DIU’s Computer Science & Engineering achieved 248th position among 396 universities; Civil Engineering achieved 176th position among 215 universities and Electrical Engineering achieved 149th position among 308 universities. DIU is the only university from Bangladesh to participate in this year’s ranking.

The multi-dimensional approach of U-Multirank compares the performance of universities across a range of different activities based on five performance criteria: Teaching and Learning, Research, Knowledge Transfer, International Orientation and Regional Engagement. Both local and international students can make better informed choices about what, or where to study based on their preference.

It is worth mentioning that the MIT, California Institute of Technology,University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, Cardiff University, University of Leeds, etc. are also in this year’s ranking list. A total of 2202 global universities have been included in the ranking list.


Daffodil International University (DIU) has been recognized as the most environment-friendly university in Bangladesh as per the ‘UI GreenMetric World University Rankings 2021.’

In the current year, the University also attained the top position in the country for the fifth consecutive year and175thglobally among 956 Universities. It is another milestone of DIU’s constant commitment towards ensuring an international standard educational environment in compliance with the sustainable development goals (SDGs) of the UN which positively impacts the students, society and environment as well.

The UI GreenMetric measures the contributions of the registered universities towards environmental sustainability and SDGs through research nationally and internationally.

A total of 956 universities from across the world took part and ranked in this year’s GreenMetric rankings.

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Rankings / DIU tops in Bangladeshi in THE Impact Rankings 2022
« on: September 20, 2022, 12:19:21 PM »

As per Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings results 2022 Daffodil International University (DIU) has obtained top position among Bangladeshi Universities and a prestigious position in the range of 301 to 400 among 1406 universities worldwide, a press release said.

It is worth mentioning that DIU is placed first among twelve Public and Private universities ranked from Bangladesh. THE Impact rankings measured the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals attained by the participated universities and ranked accordingly.

Obtaining 70 percent score in Partnership for the Goals (SDG 17) is another milestone of DIU in this year’s THE Impact Rankings.  It signifies strong collaboration and relationships with the national and international organizations and the Government of Bangladesh to carry out academic and research activities, and address social, environmental and economic issues through partnerships.



Daffodil International University (DIU) has achieved a prestigious position in QS Asia University Rankings-2022, released on 2 November, 2021. Based on the outstanding performance and initiatives, QS have recognized Daffodil International University as one of the top 400 (351-400) universities in Asia among 675 university ranked this year. DIU has achieved 3rd position among private universities in Bangladesh. In the 2022 edition, as a young university, (established in 2002) Daffodil International University performed among the top 52% in the QS World University Rankings (Asia). This is not only a great achievement for Daffodil International University but for the country as well. This world ranking is offered mainly considering the quality education standard and research potentials of the ranked universities. DIU is recognized as the HIGH RESEARCH INTENSITY UNIVERSITY by QS.


Bangladesh is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. There is political stability under a democratic system. Inflation is steady because of good monetary and fiscal management. Bangladesh has never defaulted, not even for a dollar. Building a knowledge-based economy is a key priority. In addition to that, the country is highly focused on investment. Bangladesh sees the creation of an open, predictable and competitive climate for private investment as an obvious step towards achieving its development goals.

A business operates within an environment decided by the economic, political, technological, social and legal conditions that exist in a country. So Bangladesh has been working to create a modern business climate through reforms in all spheres, diagnosing and correcting every procedure that has an impact on business.

The handbook will be a useful resource for the faculty and students of business and entrepreneurship arena.

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ডিজিটাল লুটপাটের আরেক নাম ‘অনলাইন পাইরেসি’

সমাজের ভালো দিকগুলো দেখার একটা চমৎকার সুযোগ এনে দিয়েছে এই বৈশ্বিক মহামারি। করোনা রোগীদের সেবা করতে গিয়ে ডাক্তার ও সেবিকারা ভয়ংকর ঝুঁকিপূর্ণ জীবনযাপন করছেন। শিক্ষকরা অনলাইনের মাধ্যমে শিক্ষার্থীদেরকে শিক্ষা দিতে গিয়ে বিরামহীন পরিশ্রম করছেন। অনেক স্বেচ্ছাসেবী রাতদিন শুধু মাস্ক সেলাই করছেন আর বিতরণ করছেন যাতে মরনঘাতী ভাইরাসটির ছড়িয়ে পড়া ঠেকানো যায়।

আর আমরা যারা অবশিষ্ট রয়েছি তারা কী করছি? সঠিক কাজই করছি। অর্থাৎ ঘরে বসে থেকে পছন্দের মুভি ও টেলিভিশন শো দেখছি। এর বাইরেও কিছু লোক রয়েছে যারা এই ভয়ংকর দুর্যোগের মুহূর্তকে কাজে লাগিয়ে ফায়দা লোটার চেষ্টা করছে।

আমরা জানি কোনো কিছুর দাম নিয়ে বিক্রেতাদের সঙ্গে ডিল করার সুনির্দিষ্ট আইন রয়েছে। তারপরও কিছু মানুষ অতিরিক্ত লাভের জন্য ডিজিটাল পাইরেসির সঙ্গে যুক্ত হয়ে পড়ছে। তারা লাখ লাখ মুভি, টেলিভিশন শো, গান, ই-বুক ইত্যাদি অনলাইন থেকে চুরি করে অন্যের কাছে বিক্রি করে দিচ্ছে। কিছু মানুষের কঠোর পরিশ্রমের ফল এভাবে বেহাত হয়ে যাচ্ছে। এতে বিনোদন খাতের অনেক মানুষ ক্ষতিগ্রস্ত হচ্ছে। বেকার হয়ে পড়ছে অনেক কর্মী।

অনলাইন পাইরেসি আর কিছুই নয়, ডিজিটাল লুটপাট ছাড়া। এ ধরনের অনৈতিক কার্যকলাপ বন্ধের জন্য এখনই নীতিনির্ধারকদের সোচ্চার হওয়া উচিত। বিশেষ করে নতুন স্বাভাবিক জীবনে যারা নাটক, চলচ্চিত্র, গান, ই-বুক ইত্যাদি তৈরি করবেন তাদেরকে সুরক্ষা দেওয়া উচিত।

যদিও ডিজিটাল পাইরেসি নতুন কোনো বিষয় নয়, তবে এই মহামারির সময়ে সবাই যখন ঘরে বসে নানা ধরনের বিনোদন খুঁজছে, তখন এই ডিজিটাল লুটেরাদের তৎপরতা বেড়ে গেছে। যুক্তরাষ্ট্রের ‘মুশো’ নামের একটি পাইরেসি সনাক্তকারী প্রতিষ্ঠান দেখিয়েছে যে মহামারি শুরু হওয়ার প্রথম দিকে মুভি পাইরেসির পরিমাণ ৪৩ শতাংশ বৃদ্ধি পেয়েছে। অপরদিকে গুগল সার্চ ইঞ্জিনে ভিডিও পাইরেসি সাইট ‘সোপটুডে’র সার্চের পরিমাণ গত বছরের মধ্য এপ্রিলের চেয়ে এ বছর ৫০ শতাংশ বেড়েছে। এই সাইটে মূলত বিনামূল্যে মুভি, টেলিভিশন শো, থিয়েটার শো ইত্যাদি দেখা যায়। বলার অপেক্ষা রাখে না, এই সাইটের অধিকাংশ কনটেন্টই চুরি করা। এই সাইট যারা পরিচালনা করেন তারা কোনো ধরনের সাবস্ক্রিপশন ফি ছাড়াই এবং পপ-আপ বিজ্ঞাপন ছাড়াই অর্থ উপার্জন করছেন।

এমনকি মানুষ যখন হলিউডের সর্বশেষ মুভি দেখার জন্য স্ট্রিমিং করছে তখন তারা (অনলাইন লুটেরা) অনৈতিক পন্থায়, অবৈধভাবে সেসব মুভির কোড চুরি করছে। ফলে নেটফ্লেক্স, এইচবিও, ডিজনি প্লাস, হুলু এবং অ্যামাজন প্রাইমের দর্শকরা চলে যাচ্ছে ওইসব অবৈধ সাইটে। এই চৌর্যবৃত্তির ফলে ভিডিও নির্মাতাদের টিকে থাকা কঠিন হয়ে পড়ছে।

বিশ্বে এখন ১৪০টির মতো স্ট্রিমিং সাইট রয়েছে যারা বিভিন্ন মূল্যে গ্রাহকের কাছে ভিডিও সরবরাহ করে থাকে। মূল্য দিয়ে ক্রয় করা ছাড়া গ্রাহকের কাছে অন্যকোনো আইনি বিকল্প ছিল না। কিন্তু এখন অনলাইন দস্যুদের কারণে স্ট্রিমিং প্রতিষ্ঠানগুলোর টিকে থাকা হুমকির মুখে পড়েছে।

গত বছর শুধু অনলাইন ভিডিও পাইরেসির কারণে যুক্তরাষ্ট্র ২৯ দশমিক ২ বিলিয়ন রাজস্ব হারিয়েছে। চাকরি হারিয়েছে ২ লাখ ৩০ হাজার মানুষ। আর জিডিপি হ্রাস পেয়েছে ৪৭ দশমিক ৫ বিলিয়ন।

সন্দেহ নেই, এই অনলাইন পাইরেসির কারণে যুক্তরাষ্ট্রের বিনোদন খাত বিলিয়ন বিলিয়ন ডলার রাজস্ব হারাচ্ছে। চাকরি হারাচ্ছে এই খাতের লাখ লাখ কর্মী। আদালতকে এখনই স্বপ্রণোদিত হয়ে এইসব পাইরেসি বন্ধ করতে হবে। যুক্তরাষ্ট্রারের নীতি নির্ধারকরা ইন্টারনেট স্টেকহোল্ডারদের সঙ্গে বসে একত্রে এই সমস্যার সমাধান করেতে পারে। সার্চ ইঞ্জিন রেগুলেটরি ইচ্ছা করলেই অবৈধ লিংকগুলো ওয়েবপেজ থেকে অপসারণ করতে পারে।

কংগ্রেসের বিচার বিভাগের উচিত হবে অবৈধ বিদেশি সাইটগুলোর তালিকা তৈরি করা এবং অনলাইন পাইরেসির সঙ্গে যারা জড়িত তাদেরকে আইনের আওতায় আনতে নির্দেশনা প্রদান করা।


DIU Achieves THE Impact Rankings-2020 for the second Consecutive year

Five Bangladeshi private universities made it to the second edition of the Times Higher Education's pioneering Impact Rankings, which assess the social and economic impact of universities, using metrics based on the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.

According to the report published on April 22, Brac University and Daffodil International University ranked 301–400, United International University and World University of Bangladesh ranked 401–600 while Independent University, Bangladesh, ranked 601+.

Last year in the first edition of The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings, Daffodil International University ranked 201–300 and World University of Bangladesh ranked 301.

The rankings are the only global performance table that assess universities against the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It use carefully calibrated indicators to provide comprehensive and balanced comparisons across three broad areas: research, outreach and stewardship.

The second edition included 766 universities from 85 countries.

The list is once again led by New Zealand's University of Auckland, while three Australian universities complete the rest of the top four: University of Sydney, Western Sydney University and La Trobe University.

Japan is the most-represented nation in the table with 63 institutions, followed by Russia's 47 and Turkey's 37.

Research Publications / Be aware of Predatory Journals
« on: March 12, 2020, 04:57:41 PM »
Predatory publishing, sometimes called write-only publishing or deceptive publishing, is an exploitive academic publishing business model that involves charging publication fees to authors without checking articles for quality and legitimacy and without providing the other editorial and publishing services that legitimate academic journals provide, whether open access or not. They are regarded as predatory because scholars are tricked into publishing with them, although some authors may be aware that the journal is poor quality or even fraudulent. New scholars from developing countries are said to be especially at risk of being misled by predatory publishers. According to one study, 60% of articles published in predatory journals receive no citations over the five-year period following publication.

The link to check whether any journal is predatory or not, please visit the following link:

Research Publications / Research Award Giving Ceremony-2020
« on: March 12, 2020, 04:54:47 PM »
Research Award Giving Ceremony-2020

To encourage the young researchers to ‍focus more on research work, the Division of Research, Daffodil International University organized "Research Award Giving Ceremony-2020" today at the Milonayoton 71, Daffodil Tower, Dhanmondi, Dhaka.

The program was presided over by Professor Dr. Yousuf M. Islam, Vice Chancellor, DIU while Professor Dr. Md. Sazzad Hossain, Member, University Grants Commission of Bangladesh was present at the ceremony as the chief guest. Mr. Md. Sabur Khan, Chairman, Daffodil International University also addressed on the occasion.

স্কোপাস ইনডেক্সড গবেষণায় বেসরকারি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের মধ্যে ড্যাফোডিল বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় প্রথম

স্কোপাস ইনডেক্সড (অধিভূক্ত) গবেষণাপত্রের ভিত্তিতে ২০১৯ সালে বাংলাদেশের সকল সরকারি ও বেসরকারি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়গুলোর মধ্যে পঞ্চম এবং বেসরকারি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়গুলোর মধ্যে প্রথম স্থান অর্জন করেছে ড্যাফোডিল ইন্টারন্যাশনাল ইউনিভার্সিটি। স্কোপাসের ওয়েবসাইট থেকে এ তথ্য জানা গেছে। গত ২ ফেব্রুয়ারি, ২০২০ তারিখে ওয়েবসাইটের তথ্য অনুযায়ী ২০১৯ সালে ড্যাফোডিল ইন্টারন্যাশনাল ইউনিভার্সিটির গবেষণা পত্র প্রকাশনা সংখ্যা ২৮০ টি।  একই সময়ে ব্র্যাক বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের গবেষণা পত্র প্রকাশনা সংখ্যা ২৬৫ এবং নর্থ সাউথ বিশ্বব্যিালয়ের গবেষণা পত্র প্রকাশনা সংখ্যা ২১৬।

এর আগে বৈজ্ঞানিক গবেষণাপত্র প্রকাশের দিক থেকে ২০১৯ সনে বেসরকারি বিশ্ববিদ্যালগুলোর মধ্যে দ্বিতীয় স্থান অর্জন করে ড্যাফোডিল ইন্টারন্যাশনাল ইউনিভার্সিটি। ঊখঝঊঠওঊজ এর ‘স্কোপাস ডাটাবেইজ’-এর বিভিন্ন উপাত্ত বিশ্লেষণ করে গত ৬ জানুয়ারি এ তথ্য প্রকাশ করেছিল বাংলাদেশের গবেষণা পরিস্থিতি পর্যবেক্ষণকারী ম্যাগাজিন ‘সায়েন্টিফিক বাংলাদেশ’।  বৈজ্ঞানিক গবেষণাপত্র প্রকাশের ভিত্তিতে ওই তালিকা করা হয়। তালিকায় দেশের সরকারি ও বেসরকারি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় ও গবেষণা প্রতিষ্ঠানগুলোর মধ্যে ২০১৯ সনে সম্মিলিতভাবে ড্যাফোডিল ইন্টারন্যাশনাল ইউনিভার্সিটির অবস্থান ছিল অষ্টম।

এছাড়াও কিউএস (কোয়াককোয়ারেল সাইমন্ডস) এশিয়া ইইউনিভার্সিটি র‌্যাংকিং-২০১৯ এ এশিয়ার ৫০০ সেরা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের তালিকায় অন্তর্ভূক্তিসহ বাংলাদেশের পাবলিক এবং প্রাইভেট বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের মধ্যে ষষ্ঠ স্থান অর্জন ছাড়াও টাইমস হায়ার এডুকেশন (টিএইচই) ইউনিভার্সিটি ইম্প্যাক্ট র‌্যাংকিং ২০১৯ এ মর্যাদাপূর্ণ অবস্থান অর্জন করেছে ড্যাফোডিল ইন্টারন্যাশনাল ইউনিভার্সিটি।


Robotics Club / Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
« on: August 31, 2019, 10:58:34 AM »
Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

What is Robotic Process Automation?

Robotic Process Automation is the technology that allows anyone today to configure computer software, or a “robot” to emulate and integrate the actions of a human interacting within digital systems to execute a business process. RPA robots utilize the user interface to capture data and manipulate applications just like humans do. They interpret, trigger responses and communicate with other systems in order to perform on a vast variety of repetitive tasks. Only substantially better: an RPA software robot never sleeps, makes zero mistakes and costs a lot less than an employee.

How is RPA different from other enterprise automation tools?

In contrast to other, traditional IT solutions, RPA allows organizations to automate at a fraction of the cost and time previously encountered. RPA is also non-intrusive in nature and leverages the existing infrastructure without causing disruption to underlying systems, which would be difficult and costly to replace. With RPA, cost efficiency and compliance are no longer an operating cost but a byproduct of the automation.

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Academia not preparing youths rightly for job market: executives..

Academic grading like CGPA has become a tool to reduce the number of jobseekers against the high demand because such achievement does not necessarily reflect the competency sought by companies, top private sector officials said yesterday.

There is a gap between students’ learning from universities and what the companies look for in jobseekers.

As a result, companies have to put in additional effort like arranging skills training programme or recruiting from abroad to meet their requirements, they said in a roundtable.

The Office of Professional Development of the Bangladesh Youth Leadership Centre (BYLC) and The Daily Star organised the discussion styled “Skill strategies for jobs: How Bangladesh can meet skills demand for a new era of work and technology while ensuring diversity” at The Daily Star Centre in Dhaka.

“Young people who are entering the job market have huge incapacity to learn,” said Mominul Islam, managing director of IPDC Finance.

The financial sector is rapidly changing around the world and Bangladesh may fail to keep pace because of lack of skills, he added.

Shaheen Khan, CEO of supermarket chain Meena Bazar, said during hiring they look for people with skills in supply chain management.

“But these things are not taught at universities.”

Khan said they tried to collaborate with some private universities to overcome the issues but could not succeed.

“So, what we had to do was recruiting people as management trainee and teach them from scratch,” he said.

Quazi Mohammad Shahed, CEO of Partex Star Group, said in his career he has seen people coming out of universities “with no clue on how work gets done”.

He recommended that business houses offer students part-time job at different stages of their university education so that they can graduate with some practical knowledge.

As a local business group they want to ensure diversity and for this they recruit from different universities and not only from Dhaka, Shahed added.

The nature of jobs is changing, which the academia does not take into account, said Eleash Mridha, managing director of Pran Group.

For example, basic knowledge on accounting and bookkeeping is no longer required because accounting software now takes care of it.

“I think day-to-day accounting, what we learnt during academic life, is gone now. What we need is someone who can design the software,” he said.

Hossain Khaled, managing director of Anwar Group, said in some of their recent recruitments they did not include CGPA (cumulative grade point average) as requirement but preferred experiences.

Organisations like the BYLC that work on skills development can collaborate with private companies on what kind of skills are being developed among students at present and what kind of job they can do.

A significant amount of remittance is going overseas because of a lack of middle management in the country.

“It’s because we cannot find people here,” Khaled added.

Maliha M Quadir, managing director of Shohoz, said as a new sector in Bangladesh they found it difficult to find people who could “think and adapt to new things”.

Employees of start-ups like Shohoz have to face new situations every day, she said.

“So people need to be very agile in their way of thinking, adapting and doing things,” she added.

“As a journalist I have learned over the many years that there is a part where many jobs are actually going after few people,” said Mahfuz Anam, editor and publisher of The Daily Star.

“But that’s at one level. But at a larger level that too few jobs are beingchased by three, four, five, ten times multiple of that job. So, that is a mismatch.”

The youth unemployment rate in Bangladesh is 12 percent, in contrast to 3.5 percent in India and 4.05 percent in China, according to the World Bank.

Digital journalism is the field where media houses like The Daily Star will find their future growth, he said.

“So those who want to be journalists in the future will have to be digital or multimedia journalists and they need to have digital skills as well as the ability to write,” he added.

The country’s education system does not equip the youth with critical thinking capacity, which is required for the 21st century, said Ejaj Ahmad, founder and president of the BYLC.

And this is where the BYLC comes in: it offers world-class curriculum to overcome such challenges, he said.

Syed Farhad Ahmed, managing director of Aamra Companies; Rashed Noman, country director of Augmedix Bangladesh; Manjur Mahmud, director and chief operating officer of DataSoft; and Rahel Ahmed, CEO of Prime Bank, also spoke, among others.

Source: The Daily Star

Exploring Significant Family Income Ranges of Career Decision Difficulties of Adolescents in Bangladesh Applying Regression Techniques

Career Decision Making is essential part of human life. Most of the people are thinking about this since adolescence. Therefore, we should analyze significant features about career decision difficulties of adolescents in Bangladesh. The goal of this work to explore the most affected class of adolescents about career decision difficulties considering family income ranges in Bangladesh. In this situation, we gathered several records of high school going adolescents at Faridganj, Chandpur, Bangladesh using career decision difficulties questionnaire which was proposed by I. Gati et. al. Hence, several regression algorithms were considered for experimental analysis based on the characteristics of our primary career decision difficulties dataset. After that, these algorithms were applied into career decision difficulties dataset of adolescents and explored the best regression algorithm based on experimental results from them. Then, our selected best algorithm was implemented throughout different datasets (split from primary dataset) and interpreted their findings. Finally, we observed that middle level family income ranges (10000-21000 BDT) of adolescents were faced more difficulties to take proper decision about career than others. This analysis is suggested as a complementary tool for further psychological treatment about career decisions.

Md. Shahriare Satu ; Sharif Ahamed ; Asive Chowdhury ; Md Whaiduzzaman

Source: IEEEXplore

An Optimization Approach to Improve Classification Performance in Cancer and Diabetes Prediction

There are many destructive diseases in the world which cause rapid death by taking time to affect such as cancer and diabetes. They take a lot of time to spread, thus they are curable or somewhat scalable to a great extent if they are diagnosed soon after introduced into the human body. Research shows that almost all type of cancer can be cured if they are detected in the early stage. It is also true for diabetes as they can be controlled if they are detected at the right time. So, a prediction technique that takes help from the computer and processes data from affected user to detect possible contamination can be a great tool for assisting both the doctors and patients with these diseases. A challenge in the process is that the detection accuracy has to be acceptable in order to make the system a reliable one. In this study, we have analyzed medical data using several classification algorithms in order to optimize classifier performance for cancer and diabetes prediction.

Mustakim Al Helal ; Atiqul Islam Chowdhury ; Ashraful Islam ; Eshtiak Ahmed ; Md. Swakshar Mahmud

Source: IEEEXplore


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