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Two Stages Feature Selection Based on Filter Ranking Methods and SVMRFE on Medical Applications

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Modelling and Implementation of Complex Systems

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This paper investigates feature selection stage applied to medical classification of disease on datasets from UCI repository. Feature selection methods based on minimum Redundancy Maximum Relevance (mRMR) filter and Ficher score were applied, each of them select a subset of features then the selection criteria is used to get the initial features subset. The second stage Support vector machine recursive feature elimination is performed to have the final subset. Experiments show that the proposed method provide an accuracy of 99.89 % on hepatitis dataset and 97.81 % on Wisconcin Breast cancer dataset and outperforms MRMR and Support vector machine recursive feature elimination SVM-RFE methods, as well as other popular methods on UCI database, and select features that are relevant in discriminating cancer class (malign/benign).

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Djellali, H., Zine, N.G., Azizi, N. (2016). Two Stages Feature Selection Based on Filter Ranking Methods and SVMRFE on Medical Applications. In: Chikhi, S., Amine, A., Chaoui, A., Kholladi, M., Saidouni, D. (eds) Modelling and Implementation of Complex Systems. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 1. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-33410-3_20

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