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neha tandon
Pankaj Bhambri


A complex structure that focuses on the analysis of variety of levels in regular manner is known as the ontology process. There has been an involvement in the programmed learning methods for constructing the ontology which is completely a level-based method. There are different strategies included for various levels. There are all these levels that are defined at various levels. For the purpose of mapping the two base classes, the object properties are utilized. In this work, technique is been proposed which is based on the neural networks which will mark the area for which the drug need to be discovered. The proposed technique is implemented in MATLAB and it is been analyzed that accuracy is increased and execution time is reduced.


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neha tandon, I.K.G.P.T.U., Kapurthala

Research Scholar, Computer Science & Engineering Department

Pankaj Bhambri, Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana

Assistant Professor, I.T Department


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