Advanced Applications of Soft Computing Research

Author(s): Shishir Kumar Shandilya, Atulya K. Nagar.

Journal Name: Current Medical Imaging
Formerly: Current Medical Imaging Reviews

Volume 16 , Issue 4 , 2020

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Kumar M, Mishra SK. A comprehensive review on nature inspired neural network based adaptive filter for eliminating noise in medical images. Curr Med Imaging 2020; 16(4): 278-87.
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Kazemipoor M, Rezaeian M, Kazemipoor M, Hamzah S, Shandilya SK. Computational intelligence techniques for assessing anthropometric indices changes in female athletes. Curr Med Imaging 2020; 16(4): 288-95.
[3]
Abualigah LM, Hanandeh ES, Khader AT, Otair MA, Shandilya SK. An improved b-hill climbing optimization technique for solving the text documents clustering problem. Curr Med Imaging 2020; 16(4): 296-306.
[4]
Shehab M, Khader AT. Modified cuckoo search algorithm using a new selection scheme for unconstrained optimization problems. Curr Med Imaging 2020; 16(4): 307-15.
[5]
Raheja S. An intuitionistic fuzzy based novel approach to CPU scheduler. Curr Med Imaging 2020; 16(4): 316-28.
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Kumar M, Mishra SK, Choubey SK, Tripathy SS, Choubey DK, Das D. Cat swarm optimization based functional link multilayer perceptron for suppression of gaussian and impulse noise from computed tomography images. Curr Med Imaging 2020; 16(4): 329-39.
[7]
Choubey DK, Paul S, Shandilya S, Dhandhania VK. Implementation and analysis of classification algorithms for diabetes. Curr Med Imaging 2020; 16(4): 340-54.
[8]
Singh D, Sisodia DS, Singh P. Multi-objective evolutionary approach for the performance improvement of learners using ensembling feature selection and discretization technique on medical data. Curr Med Imaging 2020; 16(4): 355-70.
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Biswas JK, Dey S, Karmakar SK, Roychowdhury A, Datta S. Design of patient specific spinal implant (pedicle screw fixation) using fe analysis and soft computing techniques. Curr Med Imaging 2020; 16(4): 371-82.
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Manikandan VM, Prasad NL, Masilamani V. Half difference expansion based reversible data hiding scheme for medical image forensics. Curr Med Imaging 2020; 16(4): 383-96.


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VOLUME: 16
ISSUE: 4
Year: 2020
Page: [276 - 277]
Pages: 2
DOI: 10.2174/157340561604200402093231

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