A Novel Hybrid Based Method in Covid 19 Health System for Data Extraction with Blockchain Technology

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C. R. Rene Robin
Diana Moses
D. Vijendra Babu
Balambigai Subramanian
Siva Shankar S


Millions of people have been afflicted by the COVID-19 epidemic, which has resulted in hundreds of thousands of fatalities throughout the world. Extracting correct data on patients and facilities with and without COVID-19 with high confidence for medical specialists or the government is extremely difficult. As a result, utilizing blockchain technology, a reliable data extraction methodology for the COVID-19 database is constructed. In this accurate data extraction model development and validation study in blockchain technology for COVID analysis, here a novel Hybrid Deep Belief Lionized Optimization (HDBLO) approach is proposed. The weights of the deep model are optimized by the fitness of lion optimization. The implementation of this work is executed using MATLAB software. The simulation outcomes shows the effective performance of proposed model in blockchain technology in COVID paradigm in terms of Mean Absolute Error (MAE), Root Mean Square Error (RMSE), accuracy, F-measure, Processing time, precision and error. Consequently, the proposed approach is compared with the conventional strategies for significant validation.

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Robin, C. R. R. ., Moses, D. ., Babu, D. V. ., Subramanian, B. ., & S, S. S. . (2023). A Novel Hybrid Based Method in Covid 19 Health System for Data Extraction with Blockchain Technology. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, 11(3s), 81–94. https://doi.org/10.17762/ijritcc.v11i3s.6159


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