D. M. Anisuzzaman

Work place: Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh

E-mail: rajon99@gmail.com


Research Interests: Neural Networks, Natural Language Processing, Computer Vision, Computational Learning Theory, Computer systems and computational processes


D. M. Anisuzzaman is an Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Engineering Department at Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He has completed his M.Sc. in Computer Science from American International University - Bangladesh, Dhaka in 2018. He has received his B.Sc. from Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, Dhaka in 2013. His research interest includes computer vision, image processing, pattern recognition, machine learning, neural network, natural language processing, and algorithms.

Author Articles
Data Analysis and Visualization of Continental Cancer Situation by Twitter Scraping

By Md. Hosne Al Walid D. M. Anisuzzaman A. F. M. Saifuddin Saif

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijmecs.2019.07.03, Pub. Date: 8 Jul. 2019

With the advent of user-generated content, usability, and interoperability of web platforms, people are today more eager to express and share their opinions on the web regarding both daily activities and global issues. Cancer is often undetected, leading to serious issues which continue to affect a person's life and his surroundings. Recently Twitter has been very popular to be used to predict and monitor real-world outcomes as well as health-related concerns. Nowadays people are using social media in any situation. Even cancer patients, their friends, and family are increasingly sharing their experience in social media, which has increased the ability of patients to find others similar to their conditions to discuss treatment options, suggest lifestyle changes, and to offer support. Our work targets to link patients with a particular illness (cancer) together and to provide researchers with enriched patient data that might be very useful for future analysis of this disease. We wanted to create a meeting point for the healthcare sector and social media through our work. Our target was to collect Twitter data from different continents of the world and analyze them. We scraped tweets from over the last two years from all around the world. Then clean the data using a regular expression and then process it to prepare our own dataset. We used sentiment analysis and natural language processing to classify them into positive, negative and neutral tweets to determine which of the tweet means to have cancer and which don't. We then analyzed the prepared dataset and visualized and compared them with veritable cancer-related information to ascertain if people's tweets are allied with actual cancer situation.

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Online Trial Room based on Human Body Shape Detection

By D. M. Anisuzzaman Md. Hosne Al Walid A. F. M. Saifuddin Saif

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijigsp.2019.02.03, Pub. Date: 8 Feb. 2019

High returning rate of garments products have become a notable problem for online fashion shopping. This problem is partially caused by using different standards for measuring cloth sizes on different websites. In this research, we have designed a set of equipment to capture images of t-shirts of any color and propose an automatic cloth measurement approach using image processing techniques. A method has been introduced to recognize feature points, which has been used to calculate the cloth sizes. The method has provided a useful and efficient tool for cloth measurement. The photographs have been taken in a controlled environment, and then clothes have been categorized with the proportions of the neck, shoulder, chest width, upper waist, lower waist, and length. In this method, we have measured the t-shirt size for men by calculating the chest width and length of men. For this, a dataset has been created in a specific environment. This method has integrated with a web-based application. We have validated our work by calculating RMSE values.

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Efficient Framework Using Morphological Modeling for Frequent Iris Movement Investigation towards Questionable Observer Detection

By D. M. Anisuzzaman A. F. M. Saifuddin Saif

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijigsp.2018.11.04, Pub. Date: 8 Nov. 2018

This research presents a framework to detect a questionable observer depending on a specific activity named “frequent iris movement”. We have focused on some activities and behaviors upon which we can classify one as questionable. So this research area is not only an important part of computer vision and artificial intelligence, but also a major part of human activity recognition (HAR). We have used Haar Cascade Classifier to detect irises of both left and right eyes. Then running some morphological operation we have detected the midpoint between left and right irises; and based on some characteristics of midpoint movement we have detected a specific activity – frequent iris movement. Depending on this activity we are declaring someone as questionable observer. To validate this research we have created our own dataset with 86 videos, where 15 individuals have volunteered. We have achieved an accuracy of 90% for the first 100 frames or 3.33 seconds of each of our videos and an accuracy of 93% for the first 150 frames or 5.00 seconds of each of our videos. No work has been done yet on basis of this specific activity to detect someone as questionable and furthermore our work outperforms most of the existing work on questionable observe detection and suspicious activity recognition. 

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Authorship Attribution for Bengali Language Using the Fusion of N-Gram and Naive Bayes Algorithms

By D. M. Anisuzzaman Abdus Salam

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2018.10.02, Pub. Date: 8 Oct. 2018

This research shows the authorship attribution for three Bengali writers using both Naïve Bayes method and a new method proposed by us which performs better than Naïve Bayes for authorship attribution. Though a lot of works exist in the field of authorship attribution for other languages (especially English); the amount of work in this field for Bengali language is very low. For this experiment, we make our own dataset having 107380 words and 21198 unique words. For both methods, we pre-process our dataset to be compatible to work with the method experiments. For our dataset, Naïve Bayes gives an accuracy of 86% while our method gives an accuracy of 95%. The main inspiration behind our method is that every author has a nature to write some adjacent words and some single words repeatedly.

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