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Machine Learning Applications

From Computer Vision to Robotics

Chatterjee, Indranath / Zalte, Sheetal (Editor)

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Machine Learning Applications

Practical resource on the importance of Machine Learning and Deep Learning applications in various technologies and real-world situations

Machine Learning Applications discusses methodological advancements of machine learning and deep learning, presents applications in image processing, including face and vehicle detection, image classification, object detection, image segmentation, and delivers real-world applications in healthcare to identify diseases and diagnosis, such as creating smart health records and medical imaging diagnosis, and provides real-world examples, case studies, use cases, and techniques to enable the reader's active learning.

Composed of 13 chapters, this book also introduces real-world applications of machine and deep learning in blockchain technology, cyber security, and climate change. An explanation of AI and robotic applications in mechanical design is also discussed, including robot-assisted surgeries, security, and space exploration. The book describes the importance of each subject area and detail why they are so important to us from a societal and human perspective.

Edited by two highly qualified academics and contributed to by established thought leaders in their respective fields, Machine Learning Applications includes information on:
* Content based medical image retrieval (CBMIR), covering face and vehicle detection, multi-resolution and multisource analysis, manifold and image processing, and morphological processing
* Smart medicine, including machine learning and artificial intelligence in medicine, risk identification, tailored interventions, and association rules
* AI and robotics application for transportation and infrastructure (e.g., autonomous cars and smart cities), along with global warming and climate change
* Identifying diseases and diagnosis, drug discovery and manufacturing, medical imaging diagnosis, personalized medicine, and smart health records

With its practical approach to the subject, Machine Learning Applications is an ideal resource for professionals working with smart technologies such as machine and deep learning, AI, IoT, and other wireless communications; it is also highly suitable for professionals working in robotics, computer vision, cyber security and more.

About the Authors xiii

Preface xv

1 Statistical Similarity in Machine Learning 1
Dmitriy Klyushin

1.1 Introduction 1

1.2 Featureless Machine Learning 2

1.3 Two-Sample Homogeneity Measure 3

1.4 The Klyushin-Petunin Test 3

1.5 Experiments and Applications 4

1.6 Summary 6

References 6

2 Development of ML-Based Methodologies for Adaptive Intelligent E-Learning Systems and Time Series Analysis Techniques 11
Indra Kumari, Indranath Chatterjee, and Minho Lee

2.1 Introduction 11

2.1.1 Machine Learning 12

2.1.2 Types of Machine Learning 12

2.1.3 Learning Methods 13

2.1.4 E-Learning with Machine Learning 14

2.1.5 Need for Machine Learning 15

2.2 Methodological Advancement of Machine Learning 16

2.2.1 Automatic Learner Profiling Agent 16

2.2.2 Learning Materials' Content Indexing Agent 17

2.2.3 Adaptive Learning 17

2.2.4 Proposed Research 18

2.2.5 Multi-Perspective Learning 18

2.2.6 Machine Learning Recommender Agent for Customization 19

2.2.6.1 E-Learning 19

2.2.7 Data Creation 19

2.2.8 Naïve Bayes model 19

2.2.9 K-Means Model 20

2.3 Machine Learning on Time Series Analysis 21

2.3.1 Time Series Representation 22

2.3.2 Time Series Classification 24

2.3.3 Time Series Forecasting 25

2.4 Conclusion 26

Acknowledgment 28

Conflict of Interest 28

References 28

3 Time-Series Forecasting for Stock Market Using Convolutional Neural Network 31
Partha Pratim Deb, Diptendu Bhattacharya, Indranath Chatterjee, and Sheetal Zalte

3.1 Introduction 31

3.2 Materials 33

3.3 Methodology 33

3.3.1 The Convolutional Neural Network 34

3.4 Accuracy Measurement 35

3.5 Result and Discussion 35

3.6 Conclusion 47

Acknowledgement 47

References 48

4 Comparative Study for Applicability of Color Histograms for CBIR Used for Crop Leaf Disease Detection 49
Jayamala Kumar Patil, Sampada Abhijit Dhole, Vinay Sampatrao Mandlik, and Sachin B. Jadhav

4.1 Introduction 49

4.2 Literature Review 50

4.3 Methodology 51

4.3.1 Color Features 52

4.3.1.1 RGB Color Model/Space 53

4.3.1.2 HSV Color Space 53

4.3.1.3 YCbCr Color Space 54

4.3.1.4 Color Histogram 54

4.3.2 Database 54

4.3.3 Parameters for Performance Analysis 57

4.3.4 Experimental Procedure for CBIR Using Color Histogram for Detection of Disease 58

4.4 Results and Discussions 60

4.4.1 Results of CBIR Using Color Histogram for Detection of Soybean Alfalfa Mosaic Virus Disease 60

4.4.2 Results of CBIR Using Color Histogram for Detection of Soybean Septoria Brown Spot (SBS) Disease 62

4.4.3 Results of CBIR Using Color Histogram for Detection of Soybean Healthy Leaf 63

4.5 Conclusion 63

References 65

Biographies of Authors 67

5 Stock Index Forecasting Using RNN-Long Short-Term Memory 69
Partha Pratim Deb, Diptendu Bhattacharya, and Sheetal Zalte

5.1 Introduction 69

5.2 Materials 71

5.3 Methodology 71

5.3.1 RNN 71

5.3.2 LSTM 72

5.4 Result and Discussion 73

5.4.1 Comparison Table for the Method TAIEX 80

5.4.2 Comparison Table for Method BSE-SENSEX 80

5.4.3 Comparison Table for Method KOSPI 80

5.5 Conclusion 81

Acknowledgement 83

References 84

6 Study and Analysis of Machine Learning Models for Detection of Phishing URLs 85
Shreyas Desai, Sahil Salunkhe, Rashmi Deshmukh, and Sheetal Zalte

6.1 Introduction 85

6.2 Literature Review 86

6.3 Methodology 87

6.3.1 Proposed Work 87

6.3.2 Traditional Methods 87

6.3.2.1 Blacklist Method 88

6.3.2.2 Heuristic-Based Model 88

6.3.2.3 Visual Similarity 89

6.3.2.4 Machine Learning-Based Approach 89

6.4 Results and Experimentation 89

6.4.1 Dataset Creation 89

6.4.2 Feature Extraction 90

6.4.3 Training Data and Comparison 90

6.4.3.1 XGB (eXtreme Gradient Boosting) 90

6.4.3.2 Logistic Regression (LR) 90

6.4.3.3 RFC (Random Forest Classifier) 91

6.4.3.4 Decision Tree 91

6.4.3.5 SVM (Support Vector Machines) 91

6.4.3.6 KNN (K-Nearest Neighbors) 91

6.5 Model-Metric Analysis 91

6.6 Conclusion 94

References 94

7 Real-World Applications of BC Technology in Internet of Things 97
Pardeep Singh, Ajay Kumar, and Mayank Chopra

7.1 Introduction 97

7.1.1 Relevance and Benefits of Blockchain Technology Applications 98

7.2 Review of Existing Study 100

7.3 Background of Blockchain 101

7.3.1 Blockchain Stakeholders 101

7.3.2 What is Bitcoin? 102

7.3.3 Emergence of Bitcoin 102

7.3.4 Working of Bitcoin 102

7.3.5 Risk in Bitcoin 103

7.3.6 Legal Issues in Bitcoin 103

7.4 Blockchain Technology in Internet of Things 104

7.4.1 Need of Integrating Blockchain with IoT 104

7.4.1.1 IoT Data Traceability and Reliability 105

7.4.1.2 Superior Interoperability 105

7.4.1.3 Increased Security 105

7.4.1.4 IoT System Autonomous Interactions 106

7.4.2 Hyperledger 106

7.4.3 Ethereum 107

7.4.4 Iota 107

7.5 Challenges and Concerns in Integrating Blockchain with the IoT 108

7.5.1 Blockchain Challenges and Concern 108

7.5.1.1 Scalability 108

7.5.1.2 Privacy Infringement 109

7.5.2 Privacy and Security issues with Internet of Things 109

7.6 Blockchain Applications for the Internet of Things (BIoT Applications) 110

7.6.1 BIoT Applications for Smart Agriculture 111

7.6.2 Blockchain for Smart Agriculture 111

7.6.3 Intelligent Irrigation Driven by IoT 111

7.7 Application of BIoT in Healthcare 112

7.7.1 Interoperability 113

7.7.2 Improved Analytics and Data Storage 113

7.7.3 Increased Security 113

7.7.4 Immutability 114

7.7.5 Quicker Services 114

7.7.5.1 Transparency 114

7.8 Application of BIoT in Voting 115

7.9 Application of BIoT in Supply Chain 116

7.10 Summary 116

References 117

8 Advanced Persistent Threat: Korean Cyber Security Knack Model Impost and Applicability 123
Indra Kumari and Minho Lee

8.1 Introduction 123

8.2 Background Study 124

8.3 Literature Review 126

8.4 Research Questions 131

8.5 Research Objectives 131

8.6 Research Hypothesis 131

8.7 Phases of APT Outbreak 131

8.7.1 Gain Access 132

8.7.2 Establish Foothold 132

8.7.3 Deepen Access 133

8.7.4 Move Laterally 133

8.7.5 Look, Learn, and Remain 133

8.8 Research Methodology 134

8.8.1 South Korea Cyber Security Initiatives and Applicability 135

8.8.2 Korea's Cyber-Security Program Proposals 137

8.8.2.1 Modernized Multi-Negotiator Retreat Arrangement 137

8.8.2.2 Headway of the Realms Exemplary 137

8.8.2.3 Scrutiny of Over apt in Cyber Retreat 137

8.8.2.4 Indiscriminate Inconsistency Revealing 138

8.9 A Deception Exemplary of Counter-Offensive 138

8.10 Conclusion 141

Acknowledgment 142

Conflict of Interest 142

References 142

9 Integration of Blockchain Technology and Internet of Things: Challenges and Solutions 145
Aman Kumar Dhiman and Ajay Kumar

9.1 Introduction 145

9.2 Overview of Blockchain-IoT Integration 146

9.3 How Blockchain-IoT Work Together 146

9.3.1 Network in IoT Devices 147

9.3.2 Network in IoT with Blockchain Technology 148

9.3.3 Data Flow in IoT Devices 148

9.3.4 Data Flow in IoT with Blockchain 149

9.3.5 The Role of Blockchain in IoT 149

9.3.6 The Role of IoT in Blockchain 150

9.4 Blockchain-IoT Applications 151

9.5 Related Studies on Integration of IoT and Blockchain Applications 153

9.6 Challenges of Blockchain-IoT Integration 155

9.7 Solutions of Blockchain-IoT Integration 155

9.8 Future Directions for Blockchain-IoT Integration 156

9.9 Conclusion 157

References 157

10 Machine Learning Techniques for SWOT Analysis of Online Education System 161
Priyanka P. Shinde, Varsha P. Desai, T. Ganesh Kumar, Kavita S. Oza, and Sheetal Zalte

10.1 Introduction 161

10.2 Motivation 162

10.3 Objectives 163

10.4 Methodology 163

10.5 Dataset Preparation 164

10.6 Data Visualization and Analysis 170

10.6.1 Observations 171

10.7 Machine Learning Techniques Implementation 178

10.7.1 K-Nearest Neighbors 178

10.7.2 Decision Tree 178

10.7.3 Random Forest 178

10.7.4 Support Vector Machine 179

10.7.5 Logistic Regression 179

10.8 Conclusion 179

References 180

11 Crop Yield and Soil Moisture Prediction Using Machine Learning Algorithms 183
Debarghya Acharjee, Nibedita Mallik, Dipa Das, Mousumi Aktar, and Parijata Majumdar

11.1 Introduction 183

11.2 Literature Review 185

11.3 Methodology 187

11.4 Result and Discussion 190

11.5 Conclusion 191

References 193

12 Multirate Signal Processing in WSN for Channel Capacity and Energy Efficiency Using Machine Learning 195
Prashant R. Dike, T. S. Vishwanath, V. M. Rohokale, and D. S. Mantri

12.1 Introduction 195

12.2 Energy Management in WSN 197

12.3 Different Strategies to Increase Energy Efficiency 197

12.4 Algorithm Development 198

12.5 Results 202

12.6 Summary 203

References 203

13 Introduction to Mechanical Design of AI-Based Robotic System 207
Mohammad Zubair

13.1 Introduction 207

13.2 Mechanisms in a Robot 209

13.2.1 Serial Manipulator 209

13.2.2 Parallel Manipulator 209

13.3 Kinematics 212

13.3.1 Degree of Freedom 214

13.3.2 Position and Orientation in a Robotic System 215

13.4 Conclusion 216

Acknowledgment 217

Conflict of Interest 217

References 217

Index 219
Indranath Chatterjee is a Professor in the Department of Computer Engineering, at Tongmyong University, South Korea. He received his PhD from University of Delhi, India and has authored several books and numerous, research papers. His areas of research are AI, computer vision, computation neuroscience and medical imaging.

Sheetal Zalte is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Shivaji University, India. She earned her PhD from Shivaji University, India, and has published many research papers. Her research area is mobile adhoc networks.

I. Chatterjee, Tongmyong University, South Korea; S. Zalte, Shivaji University, India