Utilizing Soft Computing for Determining Protein Deficiency


Sri Hartati(1*), Sri Nurdiati(2)

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AbstractIn recent years, the occurrence of protein shortage of children under 5 years old in many poor area has dramatically increased. Since this situation can cause serious problem to children like a delay in their growth, delay in their development and also disfigurement, disability, dependency, the early diagnose of protein shortage is vital. Many applications have been developed in performing disease detection such as an expert system for diagnosing diabetics and artificial neural network (ANN) applications for diagnosing breast cancer, acidosis diseases, and lung cancer. This paper is mainly focusing on the development of protein shortage disease diagnosing application using Backpropagation Neural Network (BPNN) technique. It covers two classes of protein shortage that are Heavy Protein Deficiency. On top of this, a BPNN model is constructed based on result analysis of the training and testing from the developed application. The model has been successfully tested using new data set. It shows that the BPNN is able to early diagnose heavy protein deficiency accurately.


KeywordsArtificial Neural Network, Backpropagation Neural Network, Protein Deficiency.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22146/ijccs.1996

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