An improved sex-specific and age-dependent classification model for Parkinson's diagnosis using handwriting measurement.

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Summary of "An improved sex-specific and age-dependent classification model for Parkinson's diagnosis using handwriting measurement."

Diagnosis of Parkinson's with higher accuracy is always desirable to slow down the progression of the disease and improved quality of life. There are evidences of inherent neurological differences between male and females as well as between elderly and adults. However, the potential of such gender and age infomration have not been exploited yet for Parkinson's identification.


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Name: Computer methods and programs in biomedicine
ISSN: 1872-7565
Pages: 105305


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