TITLE

ADAPTIVE MODEL FOR SEMI-AUTOMATIC MEDICAL DATA ANALYSIS

AUTHOR(S)
Andreeva, Plamena; Sotirov, Tihomir; Lahtchev, Lubomir; Dimitrova, Maya
PUB. DATE
September 2008
SOURCE
Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Techn;2008, Vol. 2, p275
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The proposed adaptive model makes diagnosis on the basis of semi-automatic data analysis with recent machine learning methods. The objective is to provide an intelligent computer-based support for medical specialists. Adaptive systems can act in a robust way and obtain flexible diagnosis based on different scenarios. We apply experts' knowledge in the area of cardiological diseases. Using the adaptive model we are developing a specific methodology for classification of cardiovascular diseases, The experimental results from our model are presented and discussed.
ACCESSION #
35004146

 

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