Intelligent Personal Health Monitoring and Guidance Using Long Short-Term Memory
Keywords:Artificial Neural Network, Recurrent Neural Network, LSTM, Android application, IPHMG.
Rapid improvements in information technology have made everything in this world contemporary. The mobile phone plays a vital role in the day to day activities. Many mobile applications are developed by using deep learning models to give health guidance to people. We proposed intelligent personal health monitoring and guidance (IPHMG) using long short-term memory to assess the users’ overall health status to solve the mobile application performance problem. The main objective of the research work is to minimize the delay time of the user’s request and improve the accuracy of health predictions. The proposed system calculates scores using the IPHMG score model to find the health conditions of the users. IPHMG score model uses different time-series data to calculate scores such as environment data, body signal data, parent report data, emotion, and health report. Additionally, an Android application is a module that is designed for mobile users to feed their health data and check their health status. The proposed system was implemented. Results show that the proposed method provides better uploading time, processing time, and the user downloading time than simple RNN and ANN methods.
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