Data Cube Representation for patient Diagnosis System Using Fuzzy Object-Oriented Database

  • Shweta Dwivedi Department of Computer Science and Engineerin, Maharishi University of Information Technology, Lucknow, India
  • Dr. Santosh Kumar Department of Computer Science and Engineerin, Maharishi University of Information Technology, Lucknow, India
Keywords: UML, Activity Diagram, Class Diagram, Fuzzy Object-Oriented Database, Data Cube

Abstract

In the current scenario, everyone wants to store and fetch the information in an easy and faster way. Therefore, the data cube is one of the leading tools in these days that facilitate the user to store and retrieve the decision support information in a faster manner with ease. In this paper the patient diagnostic system (PDS) is proposed for the patient who is suffered from the several types of fever and modeling of fuzzy object-oriented database. An attempt is made to design a three dimensional data cube for the fuzzy object-oriented database for storing the vague or imprecise information in it. A class, sequence and activity diagrams are also designed for the graphical representation of the proposed work through the well known modeling language i.e. Unified Modeling Language (UML).

Author Biography

Dr. Santosh Kumar, Department of Computer Science and Engineerin, Maharishi University of Information Technology, Lucknow, India

Associate Professor & Head 

Department of Computer Science & Engineering 

Maharishi University of Information Technology, Lucknow India 

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Published
2017-03-11