Development of Prognosis Factors in a Scoring System for Predicting of Breast Cancer Mortality

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م.م. فرات نضال

Journal of Information Engineering and Applications,

Vol. 8, No. 4, 2018

Abstract
Today, the prediction system and survival rate became an important request. A previous paper constructed a scoring system to predict breast cancer mortality at 5 to 10 years by using age, personal history of breast cancer, grade, TNM stage and multicentricity as prognostic factors in Spain population. This paper highlights the improvement of survival prediction by using fuzzy logic, through upgrading the scoring system to make it more accurate and efficient in cases of unknown factors, age groups, and in the way of how to calculate the final score. By using Matlab as a simulator, the result shows a wide variation in the possibility of values for calculating the risk percentage instead of only 16. Additionally, the accuracy will be calculated with risk mortality at 5 and 10 years depending on the number of unknown factors. The new system presented in a graphical user interface to facilitate the friendliness at the user side.
Keywords: Risk calculation, scoring system, fuzzy set, breast cancer, prognostic factor, risk prediction