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Medical Expert Systems M Vihinen and Crina Samarghitean – Current Bioinformatics, 2007 – benthamscience.com Abstract Expert systems, or decision support systems, are artificial intelligence systems that have been trained with real cases to perform complicated tasks. They are used in a variety of areas and are among the most popular application fields in artificial intelligence. Expert …

Medical Expert System J ZHANG, H CAO – Chinese Journal of Medical Device, 2008 – en.cnki.com.cn It briefly introduced the history and structure of medical expert system in this paper.The procedure of its design and practice is also reviewed in detail.The future development is predicted as well. … Medical Expert System. ZHANG … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Medical expert systems DL Hudson – Wiley Encyclopedia of Biomedical Engineering, 2006 – Wiley Online Library Abstract The first medical expert system was designed over 30 years ago. Since that time, advances in both computer technology and software design have permitted the development of increasingly sophisticated models. Most medical expert systems are … Cited by 7 Related articles

Medical expert systems M Vihinen, C Samarghitean – Current Bioinformatics, 2008 – ingentaconnect.com Expert systems, or decision support systems, are artificial intelligence systems that have been trained with real cases to perform complicated tasks. They are used in a variety of areas and are among the most popular application fields in artificial intelligence. Expert … Cited by 2 Related articles

Assessment, criticism and improvement of imprecise subjective probabilities for a medical expert system DJ Spiegelhalter, RC Franklin, K Bull – arXiv preprint arXiv:1304.1529, 2013 – arxiv.org Abstract: Three paediatric cardiologists assessed nearly 1000 imprecise subjective conditional probabilities for a simple belief network representing congenital heart disease, and the quality of the assessments has been measured using prospective data on 200 … Cited by 76 Related articles All 5 versions

A time scale-oriented approach for building medical expert systems GH Hwang, JM Chen, GJ Hwang, HC Chu – Expert Systems with …, 2006 – Elsevier Knowledge acquisition is known to be a critical bottleneck in building expert systems. In past decades, various methods and systems have been proposed to efficiently elicit expertise from domain experts. However, in building a medical expert system, disease symptoms … Cited by 44 Related articles All 3 versions

Inference in the Promedas medical expert system B Wemmenhove, JM Mooij, W Wiegerinck… – Artificial intelligence in …, 2007 – Springer Abstract In the current paper, the Promedas model for internal medicine, developed by our team, is introduced. The model is based on up-to-date medical knowledge and consists of approximately 2000 diagnoses, 1000 findings and 8600 connections between diagnoses … Cited by 25 Related articles All 17 versions

Generation of fuzzy network models taught on basis of data structure for medical expert systems NA Korenevskii, RA Krupchatnikov… – Biomedical …, 2008 – Springer Exploratory analysis makes it possible to assess the feasibility of solving the recognition problem interpreted geometrically and the possibility of linear or piecewise linear class separation. It also allows the presence of nest ed class structures (such as sphere in … Cited by 17 Related articles All 5 versions

Web based medical expert system with a self training heuristic rule induction algorithm I Chorbev, D Mihajlov, I Jolevski – Advances in Databases, …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—This paper presents a web based medical expert system that performs self training using a heuristic rule induction algorithm. The data inserted by medical personnel while using the expert system is subsequently used for additional learning. The system is … Cited by 17 Related articles All 6 versions

A medical expert system for managing tropical diseases AF Adekoya, AT Akinwale… – College of Natural …, 2008 – journal.unaab.edu.ng Abstract In this paper, we proposed a Medical Expert Solution (MES) system that diagnoses symptoms related to a given tropical disease, suggests the likely ailment,. and advances possible treatment based on the MES diagnosis. The MES uses a knowledge base which … Cited by 10 Related articles

On the classical content of monadic G? and its application to a fuzzy medical expert system A Ciabattoni, P Rusnok – Proceedings of KR, 2010 – aaai.org Abstract The satisfiability problem for monadic infinite-valued Gödel logic is known to be undecidable. We identify a fragment of this logic extended with strong negation whose satisfiability is not only decidable but it is decidable within classical logic. We use this … Cited by 9 Related articles All 9 versions

Development of a medical expert system for the diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy M Kitporntheranunt, W Wiriyasuttiwong – J Med Assoc Thai, 2010 – academia.edu Correspondence to: Kitporntheranunt M, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, HRH Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Medi- cal Center, Faculty of Medicine, Srinakharinwirot University, 62, Moo 7, Klong 16, Rangsit-nakornnayok road, Ongkharak district, Nakhon Nayok 26120, … Cited by 7 Related articles All 5 versions

HIROFILOS: a medical expert system for prostate diseases C Koutsojannis, M Tsimara, E Nabil – Proceedings of the CIMMACS, 2008 – wseas.us Abstract:-Prostate gland diseases, including cancer are estimated to be one of the leading cause of male death worldwide and its management is based on guidelines regarding diagnosis, evaluation, treatment and continuing care. In this study a fuzzy expert system … Cited by 7 Related articles All 3 versions

Framework for eliciting knowledge for a medical laboratory diagnostic expert system CC Osuagwu, EC Okafor – Expert Systems with Applications, 2010 – Elsevier Medical laboratory diagnostic report system in developing countries like Nigeria is awash with data that the medical expert is expected to correctly classify or. Cited by 15 Related articles All 3 versions

A comparative study of machine learning algorithms as expert systems in medical diagnosis (asthma) B Prasad, PK Prasad, Y Sagar – Advances in computer science and …, 2011 – Springer … disease asthma with Expert Systems, identifying using Machine learning algorithms such as Auto-associative memory neural networks, Bayesian networks, ID3 and C4.5. We present a comparative study among these algorithms with the use medical expert systems on patient … Cited by 12 Related articles All 4 versions

Context-sensitive autoassociative memories as expert systems in medical diagnosis A Pomi, F Olivera – BMC medical informatics and decision …, 2006 – biomedcentral.com … 0,84. Conclusion. Context-dependent associative memories can operate as medical expert systems. The model is presented in a simple and tutorial way to encourage straightforward implementations by medical groups. An application … Cited by 14 Related articles All 13 versions

The role of medical expert systems in pakistan FS Khan, F Maqbool, KI Saad Razzaq, T Zia – World Academy of Science, …, 2008 – Citeseer Abstract—Expert systems are used extensively in many domains. This paper discusses the use of medical expert systems in Pakistan. Countries all over the world pay special attention on health facilities. A country like Pakistan faces a lot of trouble in health sector. Several … Cited by 5 Related articles All 3 versions

Role of medical expert systems in health care in the Indian context A Kandaswamy, AS Kumar – Defence Science Journal, 2013 – publications.drdo.gov.in Abstract In this article, the authors introduce a medical expert system aimed at assisting physicians in the diagnosis, treatment and management of diseases. Some medical expert systems which can be used in hospitals in India are listed. The list has been compiled on … Cited by 5 Related articles All 3 versions

A rough neural expert system for medical diagnosis L An, L Tong – … Management, 2005. Proceedings of ICSSSM’05. …, 2005 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … blood infections. Recently, a medical expert system used by the Harvard Community Health Plan allows members of the HMO (Health Maintenance Organization) to get medical diagnoses via home personal computers. The … Cited by 9 Related articles All 3 versions

ICD 10 Based Medical Expert System Using Fuzzy Temporal Logic P Chinniah, DS Muttan – arXiv preprint arXiv:1001.1979, 2010 – arxiv.org Abstract: Medical diagnosis process involves many levels and considerable amount of time and money are invariably spent for the first level of diagnosis usually made by the physician for all the patients every time. Hence there is a need for a computer based system which … Cited by 5 Related articles All 3 versions

Higher order programming to mine knowledge for a modern medical expert system N Kerdprasop, K Kerdprasop – arXiv preprint arXiv:1107.4651, 2011 – arxiv.org Abstract: Knowledge mining is the process of deriving new and useful knowledge from vast volumes of data and background knowledge. Modern healthcare organizations regularly generate huge amount of electronic data stored in the databases. These data are a … Cited by 5 Related articles All 8 versions

The consistency of the medical expert system CADIAG-2: A probabilistic approach P Klinov, B Parsia, DP Muiño – Interdisciplinary Advances in …, 2013 – books.google.com ABSTRACT CADIAG-2 is a well known rule-based medical expert system aimed at providing support in medical diagnose in the field of internal medicine. Its knowledge base consists of a large collection of IF-THEN rules that represent uncertain relationships between distinct … Cited by 6 Related articles All 6 versions

Agent based casualty care–a medical expert system for modern triage SM Wendelken, SP McGrath, GT Blike – journal of american medical …, 2010 – Citeseer Abstract-Ascertaining physiological state of soldiers deployed in the battlefield is essential for medical and strategic decision making. The diagnostic and treatment methods used in the battlefield are currently sub-optimal due to limited field resources and communication … Cited by 4 Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] SmartTransplantation-Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation as a Model for a Medical Expert System G Meixner, N Thiels, U Klein – 2007 – Springer Abstract Public health care has to make use of the potentials of IT to meet the enormous demands on patient management in the future. Embedding artificial intelligence in medicine may lead to an increase in quality and safety. One possibility in this respect is an expert … Cited by 5 Related articles All 3 versions

A probabilistic interpretation of the medical expert system CADIAG-2 DP Muiño – Soft Computing, 2011 – Springer Abstract CADIAG-2 is a well-known expert system aimed at providing support for medical diagnose in the field of internal medicine. CADIAG-2 consists of a knowledge base in the form of a set of IF-THEN rules that relate distinct medical entities, in this paper interpreted … Cited by 4 Related articles All 6 versions

The Present Situation and the Trend of Medical Expert System F LI, J ZHUANG, K LIU – Medical Information, 2007 – en.cnki.com.cn The present situation and the trend of medical expert system are briefly introduced in this paper. The approximate varieties and production are reviewed systematically. … The Present Situation and the Trend of Medical Expert System. LI Feng, ZHUANG Jun, LIU Kan, et al. … Cited by 3 Related articles

Chinese Acupuncture Expert System (CAES)—A Useful Tool to Practice and Learn Medical Acupuncture CFD Lam, KS Leung, PA Heng, CED Lim… – Journal of medical …, 2012 – Springer … Leung, YT So. The recent development and evaluation of a medical expert system (ABVAB), International Journal of Bio-Medical Computing 25 (1990) (2–3): 223–229 5. KS Leung, WS Wong, and W. Lam. The Development … Cited by 6 Related articles All 13 versions

A data structure for decision support systems, medical expert systems and clinical decision making CF Bassoe – 2007 – search.informit.com.au The International Classifications of disease (ICD10) is normalized the into a relational containing tables for the etiology, body regions, organs, pathogenesis, cells, subcellular organelles, direction of change, time course and degree. Functions and morphology of … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

A Collaborative and Layered Approach (CLAP) for medical expert system development: a software process model I Fernando, F Henskens… – Computer and Information …, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—Even though medical expert systems have been one of the earliest and prototypical applications of expert system technology, progress in the field has been disappointingly slow. Medical expert system developers face a number of difficult … Cited by 3 Related articles All 5 versions

mMES: A Mobile Medical Expert System for Health Institutions in Ghana NY Asabere – International Journal of Science and Technology, 2012 – Citeseer ABSTRACT The importance of health and being medically fit is goal for every human being. Unhealthy situations of human beings are of course very disadvantageous and disastrous to our society. Some public hospitals in Ghana comprising of Korle Bu Teaching Hospital ( … Cited by 6 Related articles All 3 versions

Expert systems and uncertainty in medical diagnosis: a proposal for fuzzy-ANP hybridisation FME Uzoka, K Barker – International Journal of Medical …, 2010 – inderscienceonline.com … dynamic knowledge. Szolovits (1995) recognised that uncertainty is the central and critical fact about medical reasoning. Uncertainty characterises the sources of information available to medical expert systems. Such sources … Cited by 5 Related articles All 3 versions

Fuzzy Expert Systems (FES) for Medical Diagnosis SS Sikchi, S Sikchi, MS Ali – International Journal of Computer …, 2013 – Citeseer … medical pattern classification and classifier to take some decisions are presented.126-130,173 Researchers proposed the intelligent perception-based systems, hybrid approaches for development of adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference systems and medical expert systems.131- 133 … Cited by 9 Related articles All 5 versions

Tailored information supply for patients: functionality and evaluation of a prototype combining a medical expert system and a metasearch engine to supply information … W Honekamp, H Ostermann – Prävention und …, 2009 – cabdirect.org Background: The Internet has become the largest information source. Patients use this source, among others, to satisfy their health information needs; therefore, quality management of health information is desperately needed. In this context, the question … Cited by 2 Related articles

Development of a medical expert system as an expert knowledge sharing tool on diagnosis and treatment of hypertension in pregnancy J Gudu, D Gichoya, P Nyongesa, A Muumbo – International Journal of …, 2012 – ijbbb.org Expert System for the diagnosis and treatment Hypertension in Pregnancy to be used in the Reproductive Health Division, at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital in Eldoret, Kenya. The Diagnostic and Treatment Expert System for Hypertension in Pregnancy has so far … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

Research on Virtual Box-Based Small-Scale Rural Medical-Expert-System J Bao, X Zhang, D Fan, W Gong – Biomedical Engineering and …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—Many developing countries are facing the problem of unbalanced medical resources, especially lack of medical staff and relatively backward medical environment in extensive rural areas. This situation can be improved by Medical-Expert-System (MES). … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Partial Parsing Method Applied to Rules Acquisition for Medical Expert System M Piasecki, J Sas – … Science Department of Wroclaw University of …, 2005 – ii.pwr.wroc.pl Abstract. The paper presents the variant of partial parsing method (PPM) applied to acquisition of expert rules from a Polish medical text. PPM is based on the premise that knowledge domain is already defined by knowledge engineer (ie names for classes, … Cited by 2 Related articles All 7 versions

Improving medical rule-based expert systems comprehensibility: Fuzzy Association Rule Mining approach OO Oladipupo, CO Uwadia… – International Journal of …, 2012 – inderscienceonline.com … Because of the peculiarity of the medical expert systems, some approaches that have been used to evolve knowledge base are not free from sharp boundary problem, which could either overestimate the boundary values or underestimate them because they are based on data … Cited by 4 Related articles All 4 versions

Knowledge Management in ESMDA: Expert System for Medical Diagnostic Assistance SA Naser, R Al-Dahdooh, A Mushtaha, M El-Naffar – AIML Journa, 2010 – researchgate.net … DXplain, and PUFF. MYCIN was the first well known medical expert system developed by Shortliffe at Stanford University [16] to help doctors, not expert in antimicrobial drugs, prescribe such drugs for blood infections. The limitation … Cited by 4 Related articles

Development of an expert system for reducing medical errors M Ramadan, K Al-Saleh – International Journal of Software Engineering …, 2013 – airccse.org … Recent advances in patient safety have been hampered by the hard dealing with the development of a uniform classification of patient safety concepts in a systematic way. Therefore, many believe that medical expert systems have great potential to improve health care. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Generic medical fuzzy expert system for diagnosis of cardiac diseases SS Sikchi, S Sikchi, MS Ali – International Journal of Computer …, 2013 – Citeseer … 909-919. [2] Adlassnig, KP, Kolarz, G., Scheithauer, W. 1985. Present State of the Medical Expert System CADIAG-2. Methods of Information in Medicine, 24: 13-20. [3] Ahmed, A., Bigand, A., Lethuc, V., Allious, PM 2004. Visual … Cited by 3 Related articles All 4 versions

Fuzzy Medical Reasoning in Distributed Fuzzy Medical Expert Systems PVS Reddy – Fuzzy Systems, 2011 – ciitresearch.org Abstract Medical Expert Systems is one of the challenging area in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine. Medical Expert Systems will act as domain expert (Doctor in Medical diagnosis. Usually information available to the medical diagnosis is inexact rather than exact. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

An Adoptive Medical Diagnosis System Using Expert System with Applications GA Ansari – Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and …, 2013 – Citeseer … levels of the system. System level 1 is an Adoptive Medical Diagnosis System; system level 2 is a Medical Expert System and system level 3 is an update Adoptive Medical Diagnosis System using Expert System. System level 1 … Cited by 1

Notice of Retraction Research of the medical expert system under a new architecture X Li, Q Xu, J Chen, H Dong – New Trends in Information …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—Aiming at the characteristics of medical expert systems, combining with service- oriented architecture (SOA) and soft-bus idea, propose a new medical expert system architecture which redefines the architecture of medical expert system and is conducive to … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Medical Expert Systems HDP and PUFF A Al-Ajlan – King Saud University, 2007 – faculty.ksu.edu.sa ABSTRACT It seems that very early on, scientists and doctors alike were captivated by the potential such a technology might have in medical. With intelligent computers able to store and process vast stores of knowledge, the hope was that they would become as a perfect … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

The medical expert system CADIAG-2, and the limits of reformulation by means of formal logics T Vetterlein, KP Adlassnig – Tagungsband der eHealth2009 und …, 2009 – researchgate.net Abstract The medical expert system Cadiag-2 is characterized by its ability to process not only definitely true or false, but also indeterminate (vague or uncertain) information. To process indeterminate information is, on the other hand, the main purpose of t-norm- … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

Clinical deployment of a medical expert system to increase accruals for clinical trials: Challenges S Fefilatyev, TV Ivanovskiy, LO Hall… – Systems, Man and …, 2007 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—Before new medical treatments become available to the public, clinicians must conduct extensive trials to determine the efficacy of the novel therapy. In order for the clinical trial to be successful, a significant number of patients with an appropriate set of medical … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Unconventional Probabilities And Fuzziness In Cadiag’S Computer-Assisted Medical Expert Systems A Schumann – Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric, 2010 – pbc.biaman.pl Abstract: In the paper I sketched some applications of non-Kolmogorovian probabilities (including complex-and non-Archimedean-valued) and non-Archimedean fuzziness in the CADIAG expert system. This work I started this year. Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

Implementation of XpertMalTyph: An Expert System for Medical Diagnosis of the Complications of Malaria and Typhoid SA Fatumo, E Adetiba… – IOSR Journal …, 2013 – eprints.covenantuniversity.edu.ng … 1 shows the generic block diagram of medical expert systems. XpertMalTyph is a medical expert system for diagnosis of the complications of malaria and typhoid. Page 2. Implementation of XpertMalTyph: An Expert System for Medical Diagnosis of the Complications of … Cited by 1 Related articles All 8 versions

Diagnosis of medical images using an expert system IA Barrera, ER Lara, CG Estrada, SD Zagal – Advances in Artificial …, 2010 – Springer … [3].Recent works as the one offered DL Hudson [6] ”Use of neural network techniques in a medical expert system” Expert systems in medicine have relied … Thomson (1991) 6. Hudson, DL, Cohen, ME, Anderson, MF: Use of neural network techniques in a medical expert system. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 7 versions

Analysis of the present situation and the trend of medical diagnosis expert system X Wu, M Binrong – Information of medical Equipment, 2006 – en.cnki.com.cn … J];China Medical Devices;2008-12. 5, ZHANG Jiu-mei,CAO Hong-liang(Ningxia people?s hospital,Yinchuan 750021,China);Medical Expert System[J];Chinese Journal of Medical Device;2008-09. 6, ZHANG Zhi-bin,WANG Wei … Cited by 1 Related articles

Design Of Expert System For Medical Diagnosis Us-Ing Fuzzy Logic M Rana, RR Sedamkar – International Journal of Scientific & Engineering …, 2013 – ijser.org Page 1. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 4, Issue 6, June-2013 2914 ISSN 2229-5518 IJSER © 2013 http://www.ijser.org DESIGN OF EXPERT SYSTEM FOR MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS US- ING FUZZY LOGIC … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

Medical Expert Systems–An Overview AM Palani – Computer Applications II-Proceedings of the …, 2010 – search.proquest.com Abstract Artificial intelligence is defined as comprising certain techniques that allow computers to take on the characteristics of human intelligence. Expert system is a branch of artificial intelligence that makes an extensive use of specialized knowledge to solve … Related articles

Building your Medical Expert System-Do it yourself D Fernando, AS Karunananda – slaai.lk Abstract Lack of appropriate expert system development tools, which are user friendly and which required less technical knowledge, have been a barrier for medical doctors themselves to develop expert systems for their own use. We have developed an expert … Related articles All 2 versions

A time scale-oriented approach for building medical expert systems ??? – 2008 – 163.22.7.45 Knowledge acquisition is known to be a critical bottleneck in building expert systems. In past decades, various methods and systems have been proposed to efficiently elicit expertise from domain experts. However, in building a medical expert system, disease symptoms … All 2 versions

Effect of Different System Thresholds on the Performance of the Medical Expert System CADIAG-II/COLON A Rappelsberger, KP Adlassnig, C Lagor… – meduniwien.ac.at Background CADIAG-II (Computer-Assisted DIAGnosis, version 2) is a computer-assisted consultation system to support the differential diagnostic process in internal medicine. It is able to propose diagnoses based on patient’s given symptoms, signs, and test results and … Related articles

Infusion of medical expert systems in emergency medical services DE Gutiw – 2011 – gradworks.umi.com Abstract: This study explores Kaplan’s (2001) paradox, which suggests that despite its proven effectiveness, medical clinicians are reluctant to adopt decision-making technologies as part of day-to-day practices. An in-depth literature review of relevant studies of medical …

MExS A Fuzzy Rule Based Medical Expert System To Diagnose The Diseases S Seth – iosrjen.org Abstract: – This article describes the development of medical expert system for diagnosis of human diseases [MExS]. MExS can be used to perform some statistical evaluations on patient’s symptoms which we find in our daily life, to detect the particular disease. It is a decision support … Related articles All 2 versions

The research and design of the medical expert system based on the service soft bus architecture X Li, Y Li, J Chen, L Zhang, X Lv… – … Conference on E-Health …, 2010 – yadda.icm.edu.pl Abstrakty According to SOA and soft-bus idea, propose one new solution of the medical expert system design based on the service soft bus architecture. By studying the medical expert system integration, interface standardization, the system infinite expansion and … Related articles All 3 versions

Generation of fuzzy network models taught on the basis of data structure for medical expert systems NA Korenevski?, RA Krupchatnikov… – Meditsinskaia …, 2007 – europepmc.org Exploratory analysis of the characteristics and structure of the classes under study is suggested to be used for generation of fuzzy decision rules for medical applications. It is shown that the use of the fuzzy set theory in combination with computational experiment … All 2 versions

Towards an Interpretation of the Medical Expert System CADIAG 2 DP Muiño, A Ciabattoni, T Vetterlein – Fuzziness and Medicine: …, 2013 – Springer Abstract The present paper responds to an attempt to interpret the inference process and ultimately the output of the medical expert system CADIAG2. We first provide a formalization of the inference process by means of a set of logical rules and later attempt to provide an … Related articles All 4 versions

Generalized Fuzzy Theory with Two Fuzzy Membership Functions and Application to Medical Expert Systems PVS Reddy – Fuzzy Systems, 2012 – ciitresearch.org Abstract Zadeh defined fuzzy set with membership function A= ?A (x) for the proposition of the type “x is A”. Fuzzy set with single membership function is not sufficient to deal with uncertain information. The fuzzy set with two fuzzy membership functions will give more … Related articles All 2 versions

Expert Doctor Verdis: Integrated medical expert system A KELES – TURKISH JOURNAL OF ELECTRICAL …, 2014 – journals.tubitak.gov.tr Abstract: Innovative medical technologies are developing day by day, as there is an important need for integrated medical expert systems (ESs) that will help to effectively manage and control diagnosis and treatment processes. These systems, with new … Related articles All 4 versions

A time scale-oriented approach for building medical expert systems ??? – 2006 – 163.22.7.45 Knowledge acquisition is known to be a critical bottleneck in building expert systems. In past decades, various methods and systems have been proposed to efficiently elicit expertise from domain experts. However, in building a medical expert system, disease symptoms … All 2 versions

Diabetes Advisor–A Medical Expert System for Diabetes Management A Mbogho, J Dave, K Makhubele – e-Infrastructure and e-Services for …, 2014 – Springer Abstract Access to medical services in rural communities, especially in the developing world, is extremely limited. Medical expert systems can play a significant role in alleviating this problem by providing decision support in the giving of advice on diagnosis, treatment and … Cited by 2 Related articles All 3 versions

Addressing the shortage of Medical Doctors in Zambia: Medical Diagnosis Expert System as a solution M Simfukwe, D Kunda, M Zulu – researchgate.net … The paper further discuses the process of designing, developing and testing a medical expert system, capable of diagnosing tropical diseases, which are very prevalent in Africa. … Another solution is the adoption and use of medical expert systems. … Related articles All 3 versions

Application of arithmetic CAP2 in medical diagnosis expert system L Zhaoxia, Z Yueling – Education Technology and Computer ( …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … diagnosis expert systems have become an indispensable supplementary means of medical. Expert system knowledge acquisition is one of the methods of machine learning, inductive learning to develop a more mature one. … Related articles All 3 versions

Medical Expert Systems for Diagnosis of Various Diseases J Singla, D Grover, A Bhandari – International Journal of …, 2014 – search.proquest.com Abstract Diseases should be treated well and on time. If they are not treated on time, they can lead to many health problems and these problems may become the cause of death. These problems are becoming worse due to the scarcity of specialists, practitioners and … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Research Of Object-Oriented Cow Disease Medical Expert System Based On Java L LIU, Y HAN – Journal of Inner Mongolia University of Technology ( …, 2006 – en.cnki.com.cn Packaging conclusion and knowledge into object, the object-oriented expert system can imitate human thinking habit reasonably. In this paper, conclusion and knowledge, based on frame and rule, are packaged into object. By use of Java technology, an easy and efficient … Related articles

Automatic Coverage Evaluation for a Medical Expert System A Eyadat, I Alsmadi – Information Technology: New Generations …, 2012 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—It is always important to test software products to ensure that they are correct and are built according to the specified requirements. Testing may not only occur after developing the software product. In the other stages of the software development process … Related articles All 5 versions

An Intelligent Medical Differential Diagnosis System Based on Expert Systems VA Kamaev, DP Panchenko, NV Le… – Knowledge-Based …, 2014 – Springer … systems. A formal model for a medical expert system on differential diagnosis is proposed. The architecture of the system is also presented. Keywords … mail. 2 The Formal Model of the Medical Expert System for Differential Diagnosis The … Related articles

A Survey On Fuzzy Medical Expert System N Mishra, P Jha – rspublication.com ABSTRACT Now a day’s use of Fuzzy Medical Expert System [FMES] rapidly growing in the field of medicine and proves its importance for patient as well as for medical experts in making the decisions. In the process of diagnosis doctors must have the ability to think … Related articles

Veterinary Medical Expert System Focusing on Diagnosis of Hematological Disease in Feline Health A Mohamad Ariff – 2005 – utpedia.utp.edu.my This project is to develop veterinary expert systems that can help veterinarian diagnose type of cat’s disease focusing on blood testing. This project is targetedfor veterinarians. The main purpose of developing this project is to centralize and computerize the process of blood …

The Internet-Based Medical Expert System ToxoNet D Kopecky, KP Adlassnig, A Rappelsberger, M Hayde… – meduniwien.ac.at Background Toxoplasmosis is the disease caused by a parasite called Toxoplasma gondii. Whereas immunocompetent individuals usually are not threatened of any consequences, unborn children are exposed a high risk of sustaining severe eye complications in case of … Related articles

Design And Optimization Of Next Generation Automated Electronic Medical Expert Systems AA Hariprasad – ijser.org Abstract—The necessity of human needs expands exponentially with every second that engrosses. The ease of using human-like intelligent and expert systems in day-to-day activities is on the verge of becoming a must. Similarly the medical field is another aspect … Related articles

Application of Fuzzy Logic for Decision-Making in Medical Expert Systems NA Korenevskiy – Biomedical Engineering, 2015 – Springer For certain problems of predictive medicine, early and differential diagnosis in construction of relevant expert systems are best solved using methods of fuzzy decision making adapted to classification problems. For selection of shape and parameters of membership functions … Cited by 2 Related articles

A two-dimensional fuzzy repertory grid approach for building medical expert systems MH Tseng, H Wu – Machine Learning and Cybernetics (ICMLC) …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract: Only single fuzzy relationship between symptoms and diseases is considered in conventional fuzzy repertory grid approach (FRG) to developing medical expert systems. In the preliminary study, a two-dimensional fuzzy repertory grid approach (TDFRG) is … Related articles

Emerging Application of Fuzzy Expert System in Medical Domain AVS Kumar, M Kalpana – Fuzzy Expert Systems for Disease …, 2014 – books.google.com … Medical Expert System is a challenging field, requires combination of various scientific areas. … The proposed system is verified with medical Expert System CADIAG-2 which has fuzzy set and Fuzzy Logic for diagnosis purpose (Adlassnig, 1986). … Related articles All 2 versions

Expert systems in medical diagnostics: Analysis of functioning TV Kiseleva, EV Toropchina – Automation and Remote Control, 2014 – Springer … EXISTING EXPERIENCE In the context of assessing and employing interesting developments of past periods in modern intelligent systems (ISs), a retrospective look at medical expert systems seems justified for several reasons. First … Related articles All 5 versions

A time scale-oriented approach for building medical expert systems ??? – 2007 – ir.ncnu.edu.tw Knowledge acquisition is known to be a critical bottleneck in building expert systems. In past decades, various methods and systems have been proposed to efficiently elicit expertise from domain experts. However, in building a medical expert system, disease symptoms … All 2 versions

The Fuzzy Set and Rule Editor KBWEdit of the Medical Expert System KBWean W Koller, C Schuh, C Zelenka, M Hiesmayr… – meduniwien.ac.at Background Mechanical ventilation, which is a standard therapeutic treatment of modern intensive care medicine, is applied if the patient’s spontaneous breathing is disturbed or completely broken down. Nevertheless it cannot be kept up indefinitely, since, as time … Related articles

Analysis of Medical Expert system on Human Life OJ Ayangbekun, O Ayoola – International Journal of …, 2014 – search.proquest.com Abstract Expert system has being one of the leading trends in technology especially in the aspect of making a computer think like human. Expert system has been used in several areas to achieve a particular or certain objective. Expert system usage is what everybody … Related articles All 3 versions

Data unification algorithm for representing incomplete and indefinite information in the medical expert system M Khachidze, M Mikeladze – … of the 3rd international conference on …, 2009 – wseas.us Abstract:-In the description of the patient, like any multi-system, we are confronting not only with abundance, but also with a large variety of factors (attributes, symptoms). In such a situation, the challenge becomes: how all this variety of features should be reduced to one … Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] PROP-a medical expert system for preoperative testing K Entacher, G Fritsch, V Huber, S Klausner – 2011 – Springer Abstract Preoperative evaluation is carried out in an inhospital and outpatient way and may easily cause double examinations. This paper deals with the initiation of a medical application, named “Präoperative Befundung “(PROP) which is applied by clinicians, … Related articles All 9 versions

An Integrated System for E-Medicine (E-Health, Telemedicine and Medical Expert Systems) I Chorbev, B Joksimoski – … Informatics: The Ubiquity 2.0 Trend and …, 2010 – books.google.com ABsTRAcT This chapter presents an overview of an integrated system for eMedicine that the authors propose and implement in the Republic of Macedonia. The system contains advanced medical information systems, various telemedicine services supported by … Related articles All 3 versions

Expert Health Diagnosis and Monitoring System Software for Common Medical Conditions MO Yinyeh, S Alhassan – International Journal of Computer …, 2015 – search.proquest.com … Web End = http://sigai.cdacmumbai.in/files/ESBook.pdf. [7] Nana Yaw Asabere, (2012) mMES: A Mobile Medical Expert System for Health Institutions in Ghana International Journal of Science and Technology, http://www.ejournalofsciences.org/. …

Rule Base Expert System Using Dfs For Medical Diagnosis AP Bangad, SL Thombare – ijfeat.org … world. In an expert system, the WM typically contains information about the problem being solved. For example, in a medical expert system, the WM could contain the details information of a particular patient being diagnosed. The … Related articles All 2 versions

Legal Issues in Medical Computer Software and Expert Systems in United States: Legislation and Practice G Fioriglio – EUI Department of Law Research Paper, 2010 – papers.ssrn.com … one hand, and more general and theoretical aspects on the other hand. Keywords Medical computer software, medical expert system, medical device, liability, tort law This paper is the result of a research project started in 2005 … Related articles All 2 versions