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Insomnia is a serious sleep disorder caused by abnormal or excessive neural activity in the brain. An estimated 50 million people worldwide are thought to be affected by this condition, which is the second most severe neurological disease after stroke. In order to ensure a quick recovery, an early and accurate diagnosis of insomnia enables more effective drug and treatment administration. This study proposes a method that uses deep learning to automatically identify patients with insomnia. A set of optimal …

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