Multi-granular Activity Recognition within a Multiple Occupancy Environment: Cyber-Enabled Intelligence

Darpan Triboan, Liming Chen, Feng Chen, Zumin Wang

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Abstract

The pathogenesis of breast cancer is not the same in all countries and regions; therefore, some existing breast cancer risk assessment models are not well adapted to all countries and regions, including China. This chapter proposes a new model called BCRAM (a social-network-inspired breast cancer risk assessment model) that depends on epidemiological factors and is more adaptive to a populous country like China than are models based on genetics. The proposed model utilizes the similarities among epidemiological factors to construct a breast cancer high-risk group, the members of which have high similarity with breast cancer patients. Then, three tests based on real data are used to determine the assessment value of BCRAM. The AUC of BCRAM is 0.785, which is larger than that of the classic Gail model, a modified Gail model, the Tyrer-Cuzick model, and the Liu-Yu model for Chinese women. The F-measure value is 0.696, which is the largest among all models. Moreover, follow-up data are used to demonstrate that the model can give early warning to a high percentage of patients ultimately discovered to have breast cancer in the future. Therefore, the model is significant for the prevention and control of breast cancer. And the unique design of the method for selecting risk factors related to breast cancer results in our model having good generality overall, and it can be generalized to other countries and regions.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCyber-Enabled Intelligence
EditorsHuansheng Ning, Liming Chen, Ata Ullah, Xiong Luo
Place of PublicationNew York
Chapter8
Pages149-169
Number of pages21
Edition1st
ISBN (Electronic)9780429196621
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 8 Aug 2019

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    Triboan, D., Chen, L., Chen, F., & Wang, Z. (2019). Multi-granular Activity Recognition within a Multiple Occupancy Environment: Cyber-Enabled Intelligence. In H. Ning, L. Chen, A. Ullah, & X. Luo (Eds.), Cyber-Enabled Intelligence (1st ed., pp. 149-169). https://doi.org/10.1201/9780429196621-8, https://doi.org/10.1201/9780429196621