MULTI FORMULATED REGRESSION SLIGHTLY OUTPERFORM BACK PROPAGATION ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK ON RECOGNISING GAUSSIAN RANDOMIZED TWO DIMENSIONAL DATA AS BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVEL NON INVASIVE MEASUREMENT MODEL

  • Renan Prasta Jenie Child Growth and Development Cohort Study, Sumeru, Bogor
  • Irzaman Husein Department of Physics, Bogor Agricultural University, Dramaga
  • Naufal Muharram Nurdin Department of Community Nutrition, Bogor Agricultural University, Dramaga

Abstract

Diabetes caused 1.5 million  deaths  in  2012. Higher-than-optimum  blood  glucose, as the precursor of diabetes, caused an additional  2.2 million deaths. Blood glucose level monitoring is important to mitigate the problem. This inspiring Non Invasive Biomarking Working Group runs the research to measure blood glucose level in non invasive manners, which works using spectrophotometry based methods, and the proper inference engine is needed to recognize the tools spectral responses. This research objective is to compare performance of Multi Formulated Regression Methods (MFR) and Back Propagation Artificial Neural Network (BPANN). This is a comparative experimental study. We let both inference engines to learn same training data and measure its Rooted Means of Squared Error (RMSE). Research done in Material Physics Laboratory, Department of Physics, Bogor Agricultural University, in January 2017. BPANN achieve 6.1372 mg / dl RMSE, as opposed to MFR at 6.0668 mg / dl. The MFR can outperform BPANN in learning accuracy and execution speed, at the expense of far longer training time. We recommend usage of MFR over BPANN for blood glucose level spectral data.

Keywords: Multi Formulated Regression, Back Propagation Artificial Neural Network, Non Invasive Blood Glucose Level Measurement Tools, Spectral Responses, Pattern Recognition

Published
2017-10-30
Section
Computation and Instrumentation Physics