A Bayesian Model for Predicting Patient Attrition with Prostate Cancer Patients


A Bayesian Model for Predicting Patient Attrition with Prostate Cancer Patients – Despite its recent success, the state-of-the-art in cancer prediction has not yet achieved an appreciable gain. On the contrary, deep learning techniques have consistently shown great performance in predicting cancer outcomes. In this work, we present a general framework for learning a Bayesian model to predict patient outcome using high-dimensional medical data. To handle large-scale data collections, we train a Bayesian network on medical data to learn classification models and classify cancer-related factors according to their likelihood over these data. Using a large dataset, we can train predictive models that predict an individual’s likelihood over a large-dimensional dataset. We then propose a new model, called a Bayesian Neural Network (BNNN), that learns classification models to predict the outcome of a cancer diagnosis using data from a large, high-dimensional cancer dataset. Experiments on several datasets demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed framework compared to the state-of-the-art.

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A Bayesian Model for Predicting Patient Attrition with Prostate Cancer Patients

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