Detection of Left-Sided and Right-Sided Hearing Loss via Fractional Fourier Transform
AbstractIn order to detect hearing loss more efficiently and accurately, this study proposed a new method based on fractional Fourier transform (FRFT). Three-dimensional volumetric magnetic resonance images were obtained from 15 patients with left-sided hearing loss (LHL), 20 healthy controls (HC), and 14 patients with right-sided hearing loss (RHL). Twenty-five FRFT spectrums were reduced by principal component analysis with thresholds of 90%, 95%, and 98%, respectively. The classifier is the single-hidden-layer feed-forward neural network (SFN) trained by the Levenberg–Marquardt algorithm. The results showed that the accuracies of all three classes are higher than 95%. In all, our method is promising and may raise interest from other researchers. View Full-Text
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Wang, S.; Yang, M.; Zhang, Y.; Li, J.; Zou, L.; Lu, S.; Liu, B.; Yang, J.; Zhang, Y. Detection of Left-Sided and Right-Sided Hearing Loss via Fractional Fourier Transform. Entropy 2016, 18, 194.
Wang S, Yang M, Zhang Y, Li J, Zou L, Lu S, Liu B, Yang J, Zhang Y. Detection of Left-Sided and Right-Sided Hearing Loss via Fractional Fourier Transform. Entropy. 2016; 18(5):194.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wang, Shuihua; Yang, Ming; Zhang, Yin; Li, Jianwu; Zou, Ling; Lu, Siyuan; Liu, Bin; Yang, Jiquan; Zhang, Yudong. 2016. "Detection of Left-Sided and Right-Sided Hearing Loss via Fractional Fourier Transform." Entropy 18, no. 5: 194.
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