Support Vector Machine And K-Nearest Neighbor Based Liver Disease Classification Model

  • Tsehay Admassu Assegie Aksum University
Keywords: SVM,KNN, Liver disease, Liver disease prediction


Machine-learning approaches have become greatly applicable in disease diagnosis and prediction process. This is because of the accuracy and better precision of the machine learning models in disease prediction. However, different machine learning models have different accuracy and precision on disease prediction. Selecting the better model that would result in better disease prediction accuracy and precision is an open research problem. In this study, we have proposed machine learning model for liver disease prediction using Support Vector Machine (SVM) and K-Nearest Neighbors (KNN) learning algorithms and we have evaluated the accuracy and precision of the models on liver disease prediction using the Indian liver disease data repository. The analysis of result showed 82.90% accuracy for SVM and 72.64% accuracy for the KNN algorithm. Based on the accuracy score of SVM and KNN on experimental test results, the SVM is better in performance on the liver disease prediction than the KNN algorithm.  


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T. Assegie, “Support Vector Machine And K-Nearest Neighbor Based Liver Disease Classification Model”, ijeeemi, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 9-14, Feb. 2021.