Covid-19 Symptoms Periods Detection Using Transfer-learning Techniques

مقال فى مجلة
اسم الناشر
Intelligent Automation and Soft Computing
رقم الانشاء
3
رقم المجلد
32
الصفحات
1921-37
ملخص المنشورات

The inflationary illness caused by extreme acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus in 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious and deadly disease. COVID-19 was first found in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, and has since spread worldwide. Globally, there have been more than 198 M cases and over 4.22 M deaths, as of the first of Augest, 2021. Therefore, an automated and fast diagnosis system needs to be introduced as a simple, alternative diagnosis choice to avoid the spread of COVID-19. The main contributions of this research are 1) the COVID-19 Period Detection System (CPDS), that used to detect the symptoms periods or classes, i.e., healthy period, which mean the no COVID19, the period of the first six days of symptoms (i.e., COVID-19 positive cases from day 1 to day 6), and the third period of infection more than six days of symptoms (i.e., COVID-19 positive cases from day 6 and more) 2) the COVID19 Detection System (CDS) that used to determine if the X-ray images normal, i.e., healthy case or infected, i.e., COVID-19 positive cases;3) the collection of database consists of three different categories or groups based on the basis of time interval of offset of Symptoms. For CPDS, the VGG-19 perform to 96% accuracy, 90% Fl score, 91% average precision, and 91% average recall. For CDS, the VGG-19 perform to 100% accuracy, 99% F1 score, 100% average precision, and 99% average recall.