ASHISHA G R

@karunya.edu

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences



              

https://researchid.co/ashisha

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Real Time Embedded Systems, Biomedical Signal Processing, Wearable Devices

9

Scopus Publications

21

Scholar Citations

3

Scholar h-index

Scopus Publications

  • CLASSIFICATION OF DIABETES USING ENSEMBLE MACHINE LEARNING TECHNIQUES
    Ashisha GR, Anitha Mary X, and Mahimai Raja J

    Scalable Computing: Practice and Experience
    Diabetes is a widespread chronic condition that impacts people all over the globe and requires a clear and timely diagnosis. Untreated diabetes leads to retinopathy, nephropathy, and damage to the nervous system. In this context, Machine Learning (ML) might be used to detect health problems early, diagnose them, and track their progress. Ensemble techniques are a promising approach that combines many classifiers to improve forecast accuracy and resilience. This study investigates the categorization of diabetes using an ensemble machine learning technique known as a voting classifier. Using a variety of classifiers, including Light Gradient Boosting Machine (LightGBM), Gradient Boost classifier (GBC), and Random Forest (RF). The predictions are aggregated using voting methods to get a final classification result. The research is carried out using two benchmarking datasets: the Pima Indian Diabetes Dataset (PIDD) and the German Dataset. The Boruta technique is used to choose the best attributes from the datasets, while the Random Over Sampling approach balances the range of classes and eliminates abnormal data using the interquartile range approach. The findings showed that the combination of the Boruta feature selection algorithm and ensemble Voting Classifier performed better for both PIDD and German datasets with an accuracy of 93% and 90% respectively. These algorithms are evaluated and the maximum accuracy is produced using the combination of the Boruta feature selection algorithm and ensemble Voting Classifier. This research helps medical professionals in the early prediction of diabetes, reducing physician’s time.

  • Early Detection of Diabetes Using ML Based Classification Algorithms
    G. R. Ashisha, X. Anitha Mary, Subrata Chowdhury, C. Karthik, Tanupriya Choudhury, and Ketan Kotecha

    Springer Nature Switzerland


  • Prediction of Blood Pressure and Diabetes with AI Techniques—A Review
    G. R. Ashisha and X. Anitha Mary

    Springer Nature Singapore

  • Early Diabetes prediction with optimal feature selection using ML based Prediction Framework
    G. R. Ashisha, X. Anitha Mary, H. Mohamed Ashif, I. Karthikeyan, and J. Roshan

    IEEE
    The notable developments in healthcare sciences and biotechnology have led to a significant increase in information technology, for instance, clinical data and high efficiency genetic information, produced from intensive Electronic Medical data. The use of data mining and machine learning techniques are essential in the biomedical sciences to distinctly transform all accessible health records into useful knowledge. Early detection of diseases like diabetes is crucial as the growing number of people with diabetes is rising rapidly. According to an International Diabetes Federation report, the number of diabetic cases globally is expected to reach 642 million by 2040. This growing disease requires a lot of attention. Machine learning has quickly advanced, and many facets of medical health have benefited from its use. Due to their capacity for prediction, machine learning algorithms are presently significant in the healthcare industry. The major goal of this work is to design a model that can more accurately predict patients’ diabetes. The research work analyzed the hospital clinical examination data obtained from Sree Guru Hospital, Kanyakumari district, TamilNadu. To improve the accuracy of the system, imbalanced data in the real time dataset were eliminated using oversampling technique. Extra Trees classifier model, and Random Forest (RF) was used to predict diabetes. The result of this work shows that prediction of diabetes with the Extra Trees classifier had the highest accuracy of 98%. Finally, this work effectively determines the pervasiveness and detection of diabetes.

  • Investigation of Machine Learning Techniques and Sensing Devices for Mental Stress Detection
    M Smirthy, M Dhanushree, and G R Ashisha

    IEEE
    Nowadays, stress has become a major cause of many diseases. According to the World Health organization, stress affects about 280 million people globally (i.e.) 3.8% of the population. Early identification of stress is important to prevent its negative impacts on people and is therefore an important step in the service of humanity and health care. These days, smart devices have become an important part of our lives and it achieved a huge amount of usage. This led to the query of whether smartphones and wearable sensors can identify and prevent stress. Although there are numerous works on mental stress detection that exist in controlled laboratory settings, the number of methods for stress detection in everyday life is inadequate. A variety of studies have been conducted to establish an association between stressful events and human responses using diverse psychological, physiological, physical, and behavioral measures. This paper conducts an integrated review of human stress detection and it provides an analysis of strategies and techniques that have been proposed for detecting human stress. This study also focuses on the prospective strategies, advantages, and challenges of mental stress detection using machine learning (ML), and wearable sensors.


  • Design challenges for embedded based wireless postoperative bedside monitoring system
    G. R. Ashisha, X. Anitha Mary, and Lina Rose

    Informa UK Limited
    Abstract The monitoring of a patient can be carried out by continually measuring the vital parameters by using a pulse oximeter. SpO2 (Oxygen saturation) and the heart rate are the certain parameters for the critical patients to be monitored continuously. In this monitoring system, parameters of the patient are monitored by using pulse oximeter having two Light Emitting Diodes (LED’s) with dissimilar wavelengths. Continuous Pain free monitoring is achieved by a non-invasive monitoring procedure. In this paper, the measured values of SpO2 and the heart rate are wirelessly sent to the doctor through Wi-Fi. These measurements provide early caution to the person to avoid the possible problems in the body.

  • IoT-Based Continuous Bedside Monitoring Systems
    G. R. Ashisha, X. Anitha Mary, K. Rajasekaran, and R. Jegan

    Springer Singapore

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Classification of Diabetes Using Ensemble Machine Learning Techniques
    GR Ashisha, M Raja
    Scalable Computing: Practice and Experience 25 (4), 3172-3180 2024

  • Comorbidies of Blood Pressure and Blood Glucose: Challenges and Future Trends
    GR Ashisha, C Karthik, M Gheisari
    Preprints 2024

  • Early Detection of Diabetes Using ML Based Classification Algorithms
    GR Ashisha, XA Mary, S Chowdhury, C Karthik, T Choudhury, K Kotecha
    International Advanced Computing Conference, 148-157 2023

  • Prediction of Blood Pressure and Diabetes with AI Techniques—A Review
    GR Ashisha, X Anitha Mary
    International Conference on Information, Communication and Computing 2023

  • Investigation of Machine Learning Techniques and Sensing Devices for Mental Stress Detection
    Smirthy M, Dhanushree M, Ashisha G R
    2023 4th International Conference on Signal Processing and Communication 2023

  • Early Diabetes prediction with optimal feature selection using ML based Prediction Framework
    GR Ashisha, XA Mary, HM Ashif, I Karthikeyan, J Roshan
    2023 4th International Conference on Signal Processing and Communication 2023

  • Analysis of Diabetes disease using Machine Learning Techniques: A Review
    S Ashisha G.R, Mary, Anitha X, George, Thomas S, Sagayam, Martin K ...
    Journal of Information Technology Management 15 (4), 139-159 2023

  • Advances in photoplethysmogram and electrocardiogram signal analysis for wearable applications
    GR Ashisha, X Anitha Mary
    Intelligence in Big Data Technologies—Beyond the Hype: Proceedings of 2021

  • Design challenges for embedded based wireless postoperative bedside monitoring system
    GR Ashisha, X Anitha Mary, L Rose
    Journal of Interdisciplinary Mathematics 23 (1), 285-292 2020

  • Automatic Skin wound Examining for the Early Diagnosis of Melanoma Skin Cancer Using Image Processing Technique
    ARSA Aruldhas, GR Ashisha
    2020

  • IoT-based continuous bedside monitoring systems
    GR Ashisha, X Anitha Mary, K Rajasekaran, R Jegan
    Advances in Big Data and Cloud Computing: Proceedings of ICBDCC18, 401-410 2019

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Advances in photoplethysmogram and electrocardiogram signal analysis for wearable applications
    GR Ashisha, X Anitha Mary
    Intelligence in Big Data Technologies—Beyond the Hype: Proceedings of 2021
    Citations: 8

  • IoT-based continuous bedside monitoring systems
    GR Ashisha, X Anitha Mary, K Rajasekaran, R Jegan
    Advances in Big Data and Cloud Computing: Proceedings of ICBDCC18, 401-410 2019
    Citations: 6

  • Design challenges for embedded based wireless postoperative bedside monitoring system
    GR Ashisha, X Anitha Mary, L Rose
    Journal of Interdisciplinary Mathematics 23 (1), 285-292 2020
    Citations: 3

  • Analysis of Diabetes disease using Machine Learning Techniques: A Review
    S Ashisha G.R, Mary, Anitha X, George, Thomas S, Sagayam, Martin K ...
    Journal of Information Technology Management 15 (4), 139-159 2023
    Citations: 2

  • Investigation of Machine Learning Techniques and Sensing Devices for Mental Stress Detection
    Smirthy M, Dhanushree M, Ashisha G R
    2023 4th International Conference on Signal Processing and Communication 2023
    Citations: 1

  • Early Diabetes prediction with optimal feature selection using ML based Prediction Framework
    GR Ashisha, XA Mary, HM Ashif, I Karthikeyan, J Roshan
    2023 4th International Conference on Signal Processing and Communication 2023
    Citations: 1