To improve the accuracy and computational efficiency of the MapReduce distributed parallel computing framework, thereby mining the diagnosis and treatment data of Kashin-Beck Disease (KBD) of the knee joint. Based on the shortcomings of the traditional K-means Clustering Algorithm (KCA), a simplified method for distance calculation was proposed. The Manhattan distance was used instead of Euclidean distance. Further improvement strategies were proposed to implement and compare KCA of MapReduce (MR-KCA) and Improved MR-KCA (IMR-KCA). With the same data, the sum of squared errors of MR-KCA and IMR-KCA decreased with the increase in the number of center points. Compared with MR-KCA, the quality of IMR-KCA was higher, and their difference was especially evident at 8 GB data capacity. The total execution time of both MR-KCA and IMR-KCA increased with the increase in the number of center points. Compared to MR-KCA, the total execution time of IMR-KCA was significantly reduced, especially when the data capacity was 8 GB. When the number of center points was 5000, IMR-KCA could reduce the total execution time by 50%. Through experiments, IMR-KCA was proved to better present the diagnosis and treatment data of patients with knee joint KBD. The scalability rates of MR-KCA and IMR-KCA decreased as the number of nodes increased, but the scalability rates of both algorithms could be maintained above 0.80, which had better scalability. Compared with MR-KCA, IMR-KCA had significantly higher scalability. The IMR-KCA proposed in this study had high accuracy and computing efficiency, which could be used in the visualization of KBD diagnosis and treatment.
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Dang, C., Yi, G., Zhu, Z. et al. MapReduce distributed parallel computing framework for diagnosis and treatment of knee joint Kashin-Beck disease. J Supercomput (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11227-020-03608-0
- MapReduce distributed parallel computing framework
- Knee joint Kashin-Beck disease
- k-means clustering algorithm
- Data mining
- Center point