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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

  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 N. Mohammed},
COVID-19 is a disease that has abnormal over 170 nations worldwide. The number of infected people (either sick or dead) has been growing at a worrying ratio in virtually all the affected countries. Forecasting procedures can be instructed so helping in scheming well plans and in captivating creative conclusions. These procedures measure the conditions of the previous thus allowing well forecasts around the state to arise in the future. These predictions strength helps to make contradiction of… Expand

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