Unstructured data management.
Assessment 2 Information
Subject Code: DATA4200
Subject Name: Data Acquisition and Management
Assessment Title: Unstructured data management
Assessment Type: Report
Word Count: 1000 Words (+/-10%)
Weighting: 35 %
Total Marks: 35
Submission: via Turnitin
Due Date: Monday of Week 10, 23:55pm AEST
This report will enable you to practice your LO1 and LO2 skills.
LO1: Evaluate ethical data acquisition and best practice with regard to project initiation
LO2: Evaluate options for storing, accessing, distributing and updating data during the life of a project
• Complete all parts below. Consider the rubric at the end of the assignment for guidance on structure and content.
• Submit the results as a Word file in Turnitin by the due date.
Business Case: Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Cardiac Imaging
According to the world Health Organisation (WHO), cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death across the globe. Cardiac image data, together with other tools, is used in the diagnosis of cardiac disease and disorders. It is now possible to apply AI algorithms to the cardiac image data in order to predict disease progression, as well as, uncovering new patterns and thus furthering clinical knowledge in this medical area.
There are now efforts to collect huge amounts of such images and share them with other medical professionals, eg. the euCanSHare project is in the process of “developing a data sharing and analytics platform to facilitate access to large-scale cardiac imaging and non-imaging data from multiple centers (www.eucanshare.eu)”.
Furthermore, experts in AI are publishing and reviewing the best AI methods for cardiac imaging. Other authors are writing on the challenges of using algorithms in this area including data protection, patient permission and AI regulation.
Source linked to title above: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fcvm.2020.00137/full Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine have produced a special issue which discusses six applications in the area of AI in cardiac imaging. See image below.
1. Read the editorial article at https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fcvm.2020.00137/full
2. Choose one of the areas of application from the image on the previous page.
3. Introduce the application area, eg. image reconstruction. (200 words, 5 marks)
4. Explain what sort of unstructured patient data could be used by an algorithm in the area you chose, eg. ultrasound images used in image reconstruction to detect anomalies. (200 words, 7 marks)
5. Discuss best practice and options for accessing, storing, sharing, documenting and maintenance of the patient data. (400 words, 15 marks)
6. Propose a question that could be asked in relation to your unstructured data and what software might help you to run AI and answer the question. (200 words, 4 marks)
Make sure you have at least ten references. The KBS library is a good place to start. Use Harvard formatting. (4 marks)
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Section Criteria NN (Fail)
0%-49% P (Pass)
50%-64% CR (Credit) 74%-65% DN (Distinction) 75%-84% HD (High
1. Introduction of
(5 marks) Students will introduce one of the applications of AI in cardiac imaging Not relevant
Too general Basic introduction as in paper
Very little research Solid introduction as in
Evidence of adequate research Logical informative introduction which flows well
Partially integrated with the rest of the report Logical informative introduction which is well integrated with the rest of the report
Explanation about potential data (7 marks) Not relevant or not unstructured data
Too general Adequate suggestions about data but may be
Good ideas about potential data Specific ideas about potential data
Well explained Specific and novel ideas about potential data
Explained in an engaging way
Best practice for access, storage, sharing, documenting and maintenance of data (15 marks) Not relevant
Too general, parts missing General ideas as in
Very little research
All parts addressed in a logical way
Reasonable research All parts addressed in a in a logical and flows
with other sections
Well researched All parts addressed in a in an integrated way and flows with other sections
Deep and novel research
Questions in relation to data
(4 marks) Question not relevant
Too general Question very general
and may not be practical
Software general Question practical, clear and relevant
Software connects better to question Question practical, clear and relevant
Software well suited to
answer the question
Some research about the need for the answer Question practical, clear, novel and relevant
Software well suited to answer the question and may have
examples on how to apply it
Good research about
the need for the answer
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Referenc structure (4 marks) es and Just enough basic searched references in correct
Well thought out structure with flair Deeply researched references in correct format.
Well thought out structure with flair and originality
At least ten references. Use Harvard formatting.
Report must be well structured Not enough or irrelevant references
Report not well structured references
Generally correct format
Ordered structure Good references in
Good overall structure Well re
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