In Clinical psychopharmacology and neuroscience : the official scientific journal of the Korean College of Neuropsychopharmacology
Objective : The attention deficit hyperactivity disorder has a negative impact on the child's educational life and relationships with the social environment during childhood and adolescence. The connection between temperament traits and The attention deficit hyperactivity disorder has been proven by various studies. As far as we know, there is no machine learning study to diagnose. The attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in a dataset created using temperament characteristics.
Methods : Machine learning-based semi-automatic/fully automatic expert decision support systems are frequently used for the diagnosis of various diseases. In this study, it was aimed to reveal the success of a semi-automatic expert decision support system in the diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder by using temperament characteristics. The high classification success achieved is a resource for a potential diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder expert decision support system. In this respect, this study includes original qualities and innovations.
Results : Many different deep learning methods were used in the research. Deep learning methods are models that achieve high success by using a large number of images in various image processing competitions. The images of the signals in the data set were first obtained by Continuous Wavelet Transform. The highest classification success in our data set was obtained with the Squeeze Net model with 88.33%.
Conclusion : The model we propose shows that an automatic system based on artificial intelligence can be created, as well as revealing the relationship between temperament characteristics in the diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity in the data set we created.
Altun Sinan, Alkan Ahmet, Altun Hatice
ADHD, Computer assisted diagnosis, Deep learning, Diagnostic imaging