Md. Sohrawordi

Work place: Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering, Stamford University Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh



Research Interests: Data Mining, Image Processing, Artificial Intelligence


Md. Shohrawordi is working as an Assistant Professor in Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering in Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Dinajpur, Bangladesh. He received his B. Sc. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Dinajpur, Bangladesh in 2013.  Now, he is pursuing M. Sc. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology (RUET), Rajshahi, Bangladesh. His main working interest is based on Image Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Data Mining, Mobile Networks, cryptography etc. He has several scientific research publications in various aspects of Computer Science and Engineering.

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Cardiotocography Data Analysis to Predict Fetal Health Risks with Tree-Based Ensemble Learning

By Pankaj Bhowmik Pulak Chandra Bhowmik U. A. Md. Ehsan Ali Md. Sohrawordi

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Oct. 2021

A sizeable number of women face difficulties during pregnancy, which eventually can lead the fetus towards serious health problems. However, early detection of these risks can save both the invaluable life of infants and mothers. Cardiotocography (CTG) data provides sophisticated information by monitoring the heart rate signal of the fetus, is used to predict the potential risks of fetal wellbeing and for making clinical conclusions. This paper proposed to analyze the antepartum CTG data (available on UCI Machine Learning Repository) and develop an efficient tree-based ensemble learning (EL) classifier model to predict fetal health status. In this study, EL considers the Stacking approach, and a concise overview of this approach is discussed and developed accordingly. The study also endeavors to apply distinct machine learning algorithmic techniques on the CTG dataset and determine their performances. The Stacking EL technique, in this paper, involves four tree-based machine learning algorithms, namely, Random Forest classifier, Decision Tree classifier, Extra Trees classifier, and Deep Forest classifier as base learners. The CTG dataset contains 21 features, but only 10 most important features are selected from the dataset with the Chi-square method for this experiment, and then the features are normalized with Min-Max scaling. Following that, Grid Search is applied for tuning the hyperparameters of the base algorithms. Subsequently, 10-folds cross validation is performed to select the meta learner of the EL classifier model. However, a comparative model assessment is made between the individual base learning algorithms and the EL classifier model; and the finding depicts EL classifiers’ superiority in fetal health risks prediction with securing the accuracy of about 96.05%. Eventually, this study concludes that the Stacking EL approach can be a substantial paradigm in machine learning studies to improve models’ accuracy and reduce the error rate.

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A LSB Based Image Steganography Using Random Pixel and Bit Selection for High Payload

By U. A. Md. Ehsan Ali Emran Ali Md. Sohrawordi Md. Nahid Sultan

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Aug. 2021

Security in digital communication is becoming more important as the number of systems is connected to the internet day by day. It is necessary to protect secret message during transmission over insecure channels of the internet. Thus, data security becomes an important research issue. Steganography is a technique that embeds secret information into a carrier such as images, audio files, text files, and video files so that it cannot be observed.  In this paper, based on spatial domain, a new image steganography method is proposed to ensure the privacy of the digital data during transmission over the internet. In this method, least significant bit substitution is proposed where the information embedded in the random bit position of a random pixel location of the cover image using Pseudo Random Number Generator (PRNG). The proposed method used a 3-3-2 approach to hide a byte in a pixel of a 24 bit color image. The method uses Pseudo Random Number Generator (PRNG) in two different stages of embedding process. The first one is used to select random pixels and the second PRNG is used select random bit position into the R, G and B values of a pixel to embed one byte of information. Due to this randomization, the security of the system is expected to increase and the method achieves a very high maximum hiding capacity which signifies the importance of the proposed method.

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