Comparative study of machine learning and deep learning methods on ASD classification

Ramchandra Rimal, Mitchell Brannon, Yingxin Wang

The autism dataset is studied to identify the differences between autistic and healthy groups. For this, the resting-state Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (rs-fMRI) data of the two groups are analyzed, and networks of connections between brain regions were created. Several classification frameworks are developed to distinguish the connectivity patterns between the groups. The best models for statistical inference and precision were compared, and the tradeoff between precision and model interpretability was analyzed. Finally, the classification accuracy measures were reported to justify the performance of our framework. Our best model can classify autistic and healthy patients on the multisite ABIDE I data with 71% accuracy.

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