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Towards cough sound analysis using the Internet of things and deep learning for pulmonary disease prediction

Abstract : Cough is a symptom in over a hundred respiratory diseases. The audio features in cough signals contain erudition about the predicament of the respiratory system. Using deep learning or signal processing, these features can be used to build an effective disease prediction system. However, cough analysis remains an area that has received scant attention from machine learning researchers. This can be attributed to several factors such as inefficient ancillary systems, high expenses in obtaining datasets, or difficulty in building classifiers. This paper categorized and reviewed the current progress on cough audio analysis for the classification of pulmonary diseases. It also explored potential future issues in research. Additionally, it proposed a model for the classification of ten serious pulmonary ailments commonly seen in Indian adolescents. The proposed model is evaluated against four existing state of the art techniques in the literature.
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Ajay Kumar, Kumar Abhishek, Muhammad Ghalib, Pranav Nerurkar, Kunjal Shah, et al.. Towards cough sound analysis using the Internet of things and deep learning for pulmonary disease prediction. Transactions on emerging telecommunications technologies, Wiley-Blackwell, inPress, ⟨10.1002/ett.4184⟩. ⟨hal-03035289v2⟩

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