A comparative and comprehensive study of prediction of Parkinson’s disease

N. Prasath, Vigneshwaran Pandi, Sindhuja Manickavasagam, Prabu Ramadoss


Objectives: Parkinson's Disease (PD) is a form of neurodegenerative disease that is caused the progressive weakening of dopaminergic nerve cells that affects a large number of people around the world.  The event of recent treatment methods principally depends upon the experimental data resulting from assessment balances and patients’ journals that take varied boundaries with reference to legitimacy, inter-rater inconsistency, and incessant monitoring. Methods: Nowadays various techniques and algorithms are utilized in predicting the accuracy in PD. A range of those techniques, including SVM, Artificial Neural Network, Naive Bayes, Kernel based extreme learning through subtractive clustering landscapes, Random Forest, The Multi-Layer Perceptron with Back-Propagation Learning Algorithm are widely applied to form the acceptable decision accurately. During this work, and in-depth review was administered on various techniques proposed by numerous researchers. a replacement system must be proposed which uses DL techniques and considers other attributes of paralysis agitans which can improve the prediction and be an advancement within the medical field. Result: It has been observed that many researches have been done in identifying the PD yet there is a need of suitable method or algorithm to improve the prediction of PD which will help in the clinical management. Conclusion and Future work: Most of the methods have used speech as a major attribute for their research and have produced substantial accuracy. In order to increase the precision approaches involving movements, facial expression and other attributes also be considered for evaluation


Artificial intelligence; Classification; Kernel based extreme learning; Machine learning; Parkinson’s disease; Prediction

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v23.i3.pp1748-1760


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