Deeply-Supervised Learning for Alzheimer’s Disease Rehabilitation


Deeply-Supervised Learning for Alzheimer’s Disease Rehabilitation – Deep learning is a promising method based on deep neural networks to tackle the challenging problem of Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Deep learning provides a rich data source for clinical diagnosis of diseases, and can improve a patient’s diagnosis ability to improve their quality of life. However, due to the rich data sources the medical data cannot be fully processed to extract useful information. In this paper, a novel methodology for the development and use of deep neural networks (DNNs) are presented for diagnosis analysis using large datasets. In this way, DNNs are trained on large datasets and perform well in the training stage. A new model, DeepDeepModel, is proposed with the aim to achieve better classification accuracy. DeepModel aims to learn a deep neural network (DNN) to classify a set of data entries into multiple classes, while providing more interpretability to understand and explore the data. The proposed model is tested on 20 large datasets, using four different sets of samples with different anatomical structures, in order to achieve state of the art performance. DeepModel outperforms other methods especially in the task of diagnosis classification, by over 80% recognition rate.

This paper presents a new technique for learning deep models from noisy data by learning deep neural networks trained in the belief, prior and feedback representations. This technique is based on a novel technique, the Recurrent Neural Net (RMN), and based on the combination of multiple layers of networks trained jointly with one or more hidden layers. Experiments obtained using the dataset MNIST show that the RMN can learn to predict the posterior probability distribution of labels given similar data, outperforming a baseline CNN trained to generate positive labels with good accuracy. A comparison of the RMN model with other state-of-the-art models on the MNIST dataset shows that the RMN outperforms the model trained in the prior representation.

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