Artificial intelligence in medicine: 10th Conference on by Silvia Miksch, Jim Hunter, Elpida Keravnou

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By Silvia Miksch, Jim Hunter, Elpida Keravnou

This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the tenth convention on man made Intelligence in medication in Europe, AIME 2005, held in Aberdeen, united kingdom in July 2005.

The 35 revised complete papers and 34 revised brief papers awarded including 2 invited contributions have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 148 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on temporal illustration and reasoning, selection help structures, medical instructions and protocols, ontology and terminology, case-based reasoning, sign interpretation, visible mining, machine imaginative and prescient and imaging, wisdom administration, laptop studying, wisdom discovery, and information mining.

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The building process then traces back the detected sequence and replaces its constituents in the new chain (m1 → m2) by the conclusion of the recognized chain (Seq1). Advantages of the system are the simultaneous detection of learned sequences and their use in building the currently learned sequence, and the mixing of abstraction levels. The system could learn sequences with the associated actions, if any. The information provided to the clinician could then be to propose some actions according to the current sequence.

This model accounts also for uncertainty and for causal links. Again, our work is only Discriminating Exanthematic Diseases from Temporal Patterns 41 devoted to deal with temporal aspects of the domain. Moreover the problem of integration of different types of constraints is tackled in our work in the line of Meiri’s classical approach [18]. In this paper we have shown an application of our temporal constraint solver in a medical domain; this application could support the physician to make a diagnosis of the exanthematic diseases on the basis of their temporal patterns.

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