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European Journal of Medical and Health Sciences pp 24-40; https://doi.org/10.34104/ejmhs.022.024040

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Diabetes is a condition in which a person’s body either does not respond to insulin supplied by their pancreas or does not create enough insulin. Diabetics are at a higher chance and risk of acquiring a variety of eye disorders over time. Early identification of eye diseases via an automated method has significant advantages over manual detection thanks to developments in machine learning techniques. Recently, some high research articles on the identification of eye diseases have been published. This paper will present a comprehensive survey of automated eye diseases detection systems which are Strabismus, Glaucoma, and Diabetic Retinopathy from a variety of perspectives, including (1) datasets that are available, (2) techniques of image preprocessing, and (3) deep learning models. The study offers a thorough overview of eye disease detection methods, including cutting-edge field methods, intending to provide vital insight into the research communities, all eye-related healthcare occupational, and diabetic patients.
Australian Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology pp 73-81; https://doi.org/10.34104/ajeit.021.073081

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In an emergency, an urgent blood transfusion from a person to the patient is required and blood group identification is the first process to do so. In addition, a hemoglobin test is often required to make decisions about blood transfusion as well as to check anemia. Hemoglobin testing is also required for complete blood count and monitoring a number of diseases. These blood tests are almost difficult in rural areas where lab facilities are not sufficient. Researchers proposed a number of methods to identify blood groups using computer vision techniques. However, no study was conducted to identify blood group and hemoglobin level in a work using image processing techniques and an android mobile application which shows high detection accuracy. In this paper, manual clinical experiments have been replaced by an android app using image processing techniques to detect blood groups and hemoglobin levels except users require using antigen before taking samples. The proposed technique is divided into two portions. The first portion is blood group detection, which is done by taking a blood sample and performing the grayscale conversion, binary conversion, segmentation, edge detection, and computation to make the decision. The second section describes how to determine hemoglobin levels by comparing a blood sample image to a hemoglobin color scale (HCS). Here, the Hemoglobin value is determined from their RGB values. It has been discovered that the proposed approaches are capable of detecting hemoglobin levels and blood groups in a cost-effective and error-free manner. As a result, the tests can be conducted in a remote area without adequate lab facilities and the proposed work can solve major steps in blood transfusion difficulties and anemia.
International Journal of Management and Accounting pp 83-90; https://doi.org/10.34104/ijma.021.083090

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Financial Ratios have been a major indicator for financial asset selection. It’s seen that the decision taken to construct a portfolio based on financial ratio indicators has been able to make better returns than the random asset allocation process in the portfolio. This research will show multiple classifications based on unsupervised machine learning processes to satisfactorily determine investable assets or securities for portfolio contribution. Our suggested portfolio would then be compared with a random portfolio for a specific time frame in order to determine portfolio return, Sharpe ratio, and portfolio performance.
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