Enhancing Health Risk Prediction with Deep Learning on Big Data and Revised Fusion Node Paradigm

  title={Enhancing Health Risk Prediction with Deep Learning on Big Data and Revised Fusion Node Paradigm},
  author={Hongye Zhong and Jitian Xiao},
  journal={Sci. Program.},
With recent advances in health systems, the amount of health data is expanding rapidly in various formats. [] Key Method Deep learning involves the complex application of machine-learning algorithms, such as Bayesian fusions and neural network, for data extraction and logical inference. Deep learning, combined with information fusion paradigms, can be utilized to provide more comprehensive and reliable predictions from big health data. Based on the proposed framework, an experimental system is developed as…

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