ommon approaches to stunting prediction, including statistical analysis and machine learning, have poor performance due to shifts in the factors influencing stunting. Causes data cannot be integrated directly when using statistical analysis. At the same time, machine learning causes a decrease in predictive performance down over time. This study proposes a new approach to stunting prediction in infants and toddlers aged 0-5 years using continuous learning methods. The method used uses the PackNet algorithm. Each sample in the India Demographic and Health Survey 2019-2021 (IDHS) data is grouped into potentially normal and potentially stunting. Data with a significant variable on stunting is selected according to the literature and logistic regression test with a significance value of 5% using SPSS as data input. Based on experiments conducted using data from IDHS models trained by the PackNet algorithm showed better performance than those trained with Artificial Neural Networks.The proposed method performs better when learning from IDHS 2019-2021 data and can adapt well to new tasks.
The data in the row shows the sample and in the column shows the variables that affect stunting.