Sistem Pakar Diagnosis Penyakit Hipertensi Menggunakan Metode Dempster Shafer
AbstractAbstract Hypertension or high blood pressure. This disease occupies the highest prevalence in Indonesia, which is more than a quarter, or 25.8%. Riskesdas 2013 data states, Hypertension is found in 3 (three) provinces in Indonesia, namely Bangka Belitung 30.9%, South Kalimantan 30.8%, and East Kalimantan 29.6%, ", hypertension causes heart attack, stroke and failure kidney, blindness due to hypertension retinopathy, and also peripheral arterial disease, there are still many people who do not know the symptoms of hypertension and how to diagnose with a high certainty value. To be able to know the certainty of this bacterial infection the researchers used the Dempster-Shafer method. This method was chosen because this method is considered capable of providing a high level of certainty. The Dempster-Shafer method is the representation, combination and propogation of uncertainty, where this theory has several characteristics that are instutive in accordance with the way of thinking of an expert. In this system I will use several variables related to hypertension, such as age, heredity, being overweight or obese, lack of smoking, etc. After that the client will be asked to fill in the list of symptoms that are felt later, the system will detect whether the client is affected by hypertension or the like that is infected on that patient. Keywords: Expert System, Dempster Shafer method, hypertensi
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