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pISSN : 1598-849X / eISSN : 2383-9945

Aims & Scope
The purpose of the Korea society of computer and information is to promote the research and application of computer and computer information-related technologies and to contribute to the development of the informatization society through academic exchange and information exchange between domestic and foreign institutions and members.
Soo Kyun Kim

(Jeju National University)

Citation Index
  • KCI IF(2yr) : 0.69
  • KCI IF(5yr) : 0.47
  • Centrality Index(3yr) : 0.612
  • Immediacy Index : 0.1981

Current Issue : 2023, Vol.28, No.11

  • Transfer Learning based DNN-SVM Hybrid Model for Breast Cancer Classification

    Gui Rae Jo | Beomsu Baek | Young Soon Kim and 1 other persons | 2023, 28(11) | pp.1~11 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract PDF
    Breast cancer is the disease that affects women the most worldwide. Due to the development of computer technology, the efficiency of machine learning has increased, and thus plays an important role in cancer detection and diagnosis. Deep learning is a field of machine learning technology based on an artificial neural network, and its performance has been rapidly improved in recent years, and its application range is expanding. In this paper, we propose a DNN-SVM hybrid model that combines the structure of a deep neural network (DNN) based on transfer learning and a support vector machine (SVM) for breast cancer classification. The transfer learning-based proposed model is effective for small training data, has a fast learning speed, and can improve model performance by combining all the advantages of a single model, that is, DNN and SVM. To evaluate the performance of the proposed DNN-SVM Hybrid model, the performance test results with WOBC and WDBC breast cancer data provided by the UCI machine learning repository showed that the proposed model is superior to single models such as logistic regression, DNN, and SVM, and ensemble models such as random forest in various performance measures.
  • Water Temperature Prediction Study Using Feature Extraction and Reconstruction based on LSTM-Autoencoder

    Gu-Deuk Song | Su-Hyun Park | 2023, 28(11) | pp.13~20 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract PDF
    In this paper, we propose a water temperature prediction method using feature extraction and reconstructed data based on LSTM-Autoencoder. We used multivariate time series data such as sea surface water temperature in the Naksan area of the East Sea where the cold water zone phenomenon occurred, and wind direction and wind speed that affect water temperature. Using the LSTM-Autoencoder model, we used three types of data: feature data extracted through dimensionality reduction of the original data combined with multivariate data of the original data, reconstructed data, and original data. The three types of data were trained by the LSTM model to predict sea surface water temperature and evaluated the accuracy. As a result, the sea surface water temperature prediction accuracy using feature extraction of LSTM-Autoencoder confirmed the best performance with MAE 0.3652, RMSE 0.5604, MAPE 3.309%. The result of this study are expected to be able to prevent damage from natural disasters by improving the prediction accuracy of sea surface temperature changes rapidly such as the cold water zone.
  • Designing a quality inspection system using Deep SVDD 1)

    Jungjun Kim | Sung-Chul Jee | Seungwoo Kim and 3 other persons | 2023, 28(11) | pp.21~28 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract PDF
    In manufacturing companies that focus on small-scale production of multiple product varieties, defective products are manually selected by workers rather than relying on automated inspection. Consequently, there is a higher risk of incorrect sorting due to variations in selection criteria based on the workers' experience and expertise, without consistent standards. Moreover, for non-standardized flexible objects with varying sizes and shapes, there can be even greater deviations in the selection criteria. To address these issues, this paper designs a quality inspection system using artificial intelligence-based unsupervised learning methods and conducts research by experimenting with accuracy using a dataset obtained from real manufacturing environments.