Using Three Machine Learning Techniques for Predicting Breast Cancer Recurrence

  title={Using Three Machine Learning Techniques for Predicting Breast Cancer Recurrence},
  author={Ahmad Lg and Abbas Toloie Eshlaghy and Alireza Poorebrahimi and Mehdi Ebrahimi and Razavi Ar},
  journal={Journal of Health and Medical Informatics},
Objective: The number and size of medical databases are increasing rapidly but most of these data are not analyzed for finding the valuable and hidden knowledge. [] Key Result The results are achieved using 10-fold cross-validation for measuring the unbiased prediction accuracy of each model.

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