1st Edition

Handbook of Machine Learning for Computational Optimization Applications and Case Studies

    294 Pages 162 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Technology is moving at an exponential pace in this era of computational intelligence. Machine learning has emerged as one of the most promising tools used to challenge and think beyond current limitations. This handbook will provide readers with a leading edge to improving their products and processes through optimal and smarter machine learning techniques.

    This handbook focuses on new machine learning developments that can lead to newly developed applications. It uses a predictive and futuristic approach, which makes machine learning a promising tool for processes and sustainable solutions. It also promotes newer algorithms that are more efficient and reliable for new dimensions in discovering other applications, and then goes on to discuss the potential in making better use of machines in order to ensure optimal prediction, execution, and decision-making.

    Individuals looking for machine learning-based knowledge will find interest in this handbook. The readership ranges from undergraduate students of engineering and allied courses to researchers, professionals, and application designers.

    Chapter 1 Random Variables in Machine Learning

    [Piratla Srihari]

    Chapter 2 Analysis of EMG Signals using Extreme Learning Machine

    with Nature Inspired Feature Selection Techniques

    [A. Anitha and A. Bakiya]

    Chapter 3 Detection of Breast Cancer by Using Various Machine Learning

    and Deep Learning Algorithms

    [Yogesh Jadhav and Harsh Mathur]

    Chapter 4 Assessing the Radial Efficiency Performance of Bus Transport

    Sector Using Data Envelopment Analysis

    [Swati Goyal, Shivi Agarwal, Trilok Mathur, and Nirbhay Mathur]

    Chapter 5 Weight-Based Codes—A Binary Error Control Coding

    Scheme—A Machine Learning Approach

    [Piratla Srihari]

    Chapter 6 Massive Data Classification of Brain Tumors Using DNN:

    Opportunity in Medical Healthcare 4.0 through Sensors

    [Rohit Rastogi, Akshit Rajan Rastogi, D.K. Chaturvedi,

    Sheelu Sagar, and Neeti Tandon]

    Chapter 7 Deep Learning Approach for Traffic Sign Recognition on

    Embedded Systems

    [A. Shivankit, Gurminder Kaur, Sapna Juneja, and Abhinav Juneja]

    Chapter 8 Lung Cancer Risk Stratification Using ML and AI on Sensor-

    Based IoT: An Increasing Technological Trend for Health of


    [Rohit Rastogi, Mukund Rastogi, D.K. Chaturvedi,

    Sheelu Sagar, and Neeti Tandon]

    Chapter 9 Statistical Feedback Evaluation System

    [Alok Kumar and Renu Jain]

    Chapter 10 Emission of Herbal Woods to Deal with Pollution and Diseases:

    Pandemic-Based Threats

    [Rohit Rastogi, Mamta Saxena, D. K. Chaturvedi,

    and Sheelu Sagar]

    Chapter 11 Artificial Neural Networks: A Comprehensive Review

    [Neelam Nehra, Pardeep Sangwan, and Divya Kumar]

    Chapter 12 A Case Study on Machine Learning to Predict the Students’

    Result in Higher Education

    [Tejashree U. Sawant and Urmila R. Pol]

    Chapter 13 Data Analytic Approach for Assessment Status of Awareness of

    Tuberculosis in Nigeria

    [Ishola Dada Muraina, Rafeeah Rufai Madaki, and

    Aisha Umar Suleiman]

    Chapter 14 Active Learning from an Imbalanced Dataset: A Study

    Conducted on the Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Dataset

    [Umme Salma M. and Amala Ann K. A.]

    Chapter 15 Classification of the Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain

    Tumor Using the Residual Neural Network Framework

    [Tina and Sanjay Kumar Dubey]


    Vishal Jain is an Associate Professor in Deptt. of CSE at Sharda University, Greater Noida, India. He has earlier worked with Bharati Vidyapeeth’s Institute of Computer Applications and Management (BVICAM), New Delhi, India (affiliated with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, and accredited by the All India Council for Technical Education). He first joined BVICAM as Assistant Professor. Before that, he has worked for several years at the Guru Presmsukh Memorial College of Engineering, Delhi, India. He has more than 350 research citation indices with Google scholar (h-index score 9 and i-10 index 9). He has authored more than 70 research papers in reputed conferences and journals including Web of Science and Scopus. He has authored and edited more than 10 books with various reputed publishers including Springer, Apple Academic Press, Scrivener, Emerald and IGI-Global. His research areas include information retrieval, semantic web, ontology engineering, data mining, adhoc networks, and sensor networks. He has recipient a Young Active Member Award for the year 2012–13 from the Computer Society of India, Best Faculty Award for the year 2017 and Best Researcher Award for the year 2019 from BVICAM, New Delhi.

    Sapna Juneja is Professor in IMS, Ghaziabad, India. Earlier she has worked as Professor in Deptt. of CSE at IITM Group of Institutions and BMIET, Sonepat. She has more than 16 years of teaching experience. She completed her doctorate and masters in Computer Science and Engineering from M.D.University, Rohtak in 2018 and 2010 respectively. Her broad area of research is Software Reliability of Embedded System. Her areas of interest include Software Engineering, Computer Networks, Operating System, Database Management Systems, and Artificial Intelligence etc. She has guided several research thesis of UG and PG students in Computer Science and Engineering. She is editing book on recent technological developments.

    Abhinav Juneja is currently working as Professor in Deptt. of IT at KIET Group of Institutions, Delhi-NCR, Ghaziabad, India. Earlier, he has worked as Associate Director & Professor in Deptt of CSE at BMIET, Sonepat. He has more than 19 years of teaching experience for post graduate and under graduate engineering students. He completed his Doctorate in Computer Science and Engineering from M.D.University, Rohtak in 2018 and has done masters in Information Technology from GGSIPU, Delhi. He has research interests in the field of Software Reliability, IoT, Machine Learning and soft computing. He has published several papers in reputed national and international journals. He has been reviewer of several journals of repute and has been in various committees of international conferences.

    Ramani Kannan is currently working as Senior Lecturer, Center for Smart Grid Energy Research, Institute of Autonomous system. University Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP), Malaysia. Dr. Kanan completed Ph.D. (Power Electronics and Drives) from Anna University, India in 2012, M.E. (Power Electronics and Drives) from Anna University, India in 2006, B.E (Electronics and Communication) from Bharathiyar University, India in 2004. He has more than 15 years of experience in prestigious educational institutes. Dr. Kanan has published more than 130 papers in various reputed nation and international journals and conferences. He is the editor, co-editor, guest editor and reviewer of various books including Springer Nature, Elsevier etc. He has received award for best presenter in CENCON 2019, IEEE Conference on Energy Conversion (CENCON 2019) Indonesia.