Identifying Stroke Indicators Using Rough Sets

@article{Pathan2020IdentifyingSI,
  title={Identifying Stroke Indicators Using Rough Sets},
  author={Muhammad Salman Pathan and Zhang Jian-biao and Deepu John and Avishek Nag and Soumyabrata Dev},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2020},
  volume={8},
  pages={210318-210327}
}
Stroke is widely considered as the second most common cause of mortality. The adverse consequences of stroke have led to global interest and work for improving the management and diagnosis of stroke. Various techniques for data mining have been used globally for accurate prediction of occurrence of stroke based on the risk factors that are associated with the electronic health care records (EHRs) of the patients. In particular, EHRs routinely contain several thousands of features and most of… 

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