In Journal of medical systems ; h5-index 48.0
Significant changes have been made on audio-based technologies over years in several different fields. Healthcare is no exception. One of such avenues is health screening based on respiratory sounds. In this paper, we developed a tool to detect respiratory sounds that come from respiratory infection carrying patients. Linear Predictive Cepstral Coefficient (LPCC)-based features were used to characterize such audio clips. With Multilayer Perceptron (MLP)-based classifier, in our experiment, we achieved the highest possible accuracy of 99.22% that was tested on a publicly available respiratory sounds dataset (ICBHI17) (Rocha et al. Physiol. Meas. 40(3):035,001 20) of size 6800+ clips. In addition to other popular machine learning classifiers, our results outperformed common works that exist in the literature.
Mukherjee Himadri, Sreerama Priyanka, Dhar Ankita, Obaidullah Sk Md, Roy Kaushik, Mahmud Mufti, Santosh K C
Healthcare, Lung health, Respiratory infection, Respiratory sound