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Comparison of Forecasting of the Risk of Coronavirus (covid-19) in High-quality and Low-quality Healthcare Systems, Using Ann Models

@article{Mohamed2021ComparisonOF,
  title={Comparison of Forecasting of the Risk of Coronavirus (covid-19) in High-quality and Low-quality Healthcare Systems, Using Ann Models},
  author={Aseel Sameer Mohamed and Nooriya A. Mohammed},
  journal={International Journal of Agricultural and Statistical Sciences},
  year={2021},
  volume={17}
}
COVID-19 is an irregular ended 170 nations , the number of ill people has been growing at a perturbing ratio in almost at the affected countries. Forecasting procedures can be taught so helping in devious well plans in charming original conclusion. In this research, we compare two models to diagnose optimal approach of forecasting. This study was introduced forecasting procedures into Artificial Neural Network (ANN) models compared with regression model. Data collected from AlKindy Teaching… 

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