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In Archives of computational methods in engineering : state of the art reviews

The absolute previously infected novel coronavirus (COVID-19) was found in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The COVID-19 epidemic has spread to more than 220 nations and territories globally and has altogether influenced each part of our day-to-day lives. As of 9th March 2022, a total aggregate of 44,78,82,185 (60,07,317) contaminated (dead) COVID-19 cases were accounted for all over the world. The quantities of contaminated cases passing despite everything increment essentially and do not indicate a controlled circumstance. The scope of this paper is to address this issue by presenting a comprehensive and comparative analysis of the existing Machine Learning (ML), Deep Learning (DL) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) based approaches used in significance in reacting to the COVID-19 epidemic and diagnosing the severe impacts. The paper provides, firstly, an overview of COVID-19 infection and highlights of this article; Secondly, an overview of exploring various executive innovations by utilizing different resources to stop the spread of COVID-19; Thirdly, a comparison of existing predicting methods of COVID-19 in the literature, with focus on ML, DL and AI-driven techniques with performance metrics; and finally, a discussion on the results of the work as well as future scope.

Vinod Dasari Naga, Prabaharan S R S