Early prediction of COVID-19 infection using data mining and multi machine learning algorithms

Ahmed Jaddoa Enad, Mustafa Aksu


The fields of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have attracted significant interest and investment from a diverse range of industries, especially during the last several years. Despite the fact that AI methods have been used extensively and put through extensive testing in the healthcare industry, the recently discovered coronavirus disease (COVID-19) necessitates the use of these methods in order to prevent the emergence of the disease. The proposed system is based on six ML algorithms to predict COVID-19 infection as random forest (RF) algorithm, naive bayes (NB) algorithm, support vector machine (SVM) algorithm, decision tree (DT) algorithm, multi-layer perceptron (MLP), and k-nearest neighbor (KNN). It is based on two steps: first, we uploaded the dataset to train the model. Then, we test our model on those cases to work directly after making a trained classifier so it can directly discover with automatic COVID-19 prediction state of a patient suspected or not. The proposed system results showed the high accuracy of NB, DT, and SVM as 98.646%. Besides the better time to build the model and early predict the state of patients is 31 ms of the NB algorithm.


Artificial intelligence; Coronavirus disease; Data mining; Machine learning; Prediction

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v13i3.6912


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