Frequency Radiation Characteristic Around the Human Body
Siti Zura Jalil (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia International Campus, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Mohd Nasir Taib (Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia)
This paper discusses an analysis of human radiation frequency and classify the characteristic of human body radiation based on gender. The frequency radiation of the human body is experimentally studied from 33 healthy subjects on 23 points around the body. The characteristic difference of human radiation is evaluated using statistical analysis of multivariate analysis of variance. Then, kNN classifier is employed for classification of gender. The number of training to testing ratio is evaluated at 50 to 50, 60 to 40 and 70 to 30, to determine best classification accuracy. The data is analyzed separately of raw dataset and postprocessing dataset to compare the classification results. At first, the data was classified using raw dataset and followed by the postprocessing data to the classifier. It is found that the classification accuracy yields the perfect classification on k = 5, 7, 11 and 13 to 15 in post-processing data.
Journal: International Journal of Simulation- Systems, Science and Technology- IJSSST V12
Published: Feb 28, 2011