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In real-life scenarios, imbalanced datasets pose a prevalent challenge for classification tasks, where certain classes are heavily underrepresented compared to others. To combat this issue, this article introduces DOSAKU, a novel hybrid resampling technique that combines the strengths of DOSMOTE and AKCUS algorithms. By integrating both oversampling and undersampling methods, DOSAKU significantly reduces the imbalance ratio of datasets, enhancing the performance of classifiers. The proposed approach is evaluated on multiple models employing different classifiers, and the results demonstrate its superiority over existing resampling measures, making it an effective solution for handling class imbalance challenges. DOSAKU's promising performance is a substantial contribution to the field of imbalanced data classification, as it offers a robust and innovative solution for improving predictive model accuracy and fairness in real-world applications where imbalanced datasets are common.