Construction of an Intelligent Identification Model for Drugs in Near Infrared Spectroscopy and Research on Drog Classification based on Improved Deep Algorithm

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Jiulin Xia


Near-infrared spectroscopy has important applications in drug and food identification. Combining machine learning with near-infrared spectroscopy to achieve intelligent identification of drugs has become a research hotspot in recent years. To solve the problem of machine learning’s inefficiency in classifying small-scale data, a drug identification model based on near-infrared spectroscopy combined with a random fading depth belief network is proposed. Aiming at the problem that the training time of the machine learning algorithm is too long, the extreme learning machine is used to replace the back propagation algorithm to optimize the stack sparse auto-encoder network. Additionally, the stack sparse auto-encoder algorithm based on extreme learning machine algorithm is constructed. The study found that the precision of the Dropout Deep Belief Network model was 99.12%, which was higher than the other three models. Additionally, the area under the curve value of the Dropout Deep Belief Network model was 0.87, which was 0.04 higher than the binary whale optimization algorithm model, 0.26 higher than the factor decomposition machine and depth neural network model, and 0.05 higher than the random forest network model. The sparse auto-encoder algorithm based on the extreme learning machine algorithm achieved a precision of 99.72%. The study proposes two algorithm models that can effectively identify drugs using near-infrared spectroscopy. This has a positive impact on the medical industry and the safety of patients' lives and health.

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Special Issue - Scalable Machine Learning for Health Care: Innovations and Applications