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Advanced Computational Intelligence Paradigms in Healthcare-2

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: SpringerDescription: 150 pISBN:
  • 9783540723745
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 610.285 VAI
Contents:
To Computational Intelligence in Healthcare.- Synthetic Characters in Health-related Applications.- Application of Artificial Intelligence for Weekly Dietary Menu Planning.- Evaluation of Healthcare IT Applications: The User Acceptance Perspective.- Current Perspectives on PACS and a Cardiology Case Study.- Attacking the Inverse Electromagnetic Problem of the Heart with Computationally Compatible Anatomical and Histological Knowledge.- Human Machine Interface for Healthcare and Rehabilitation.
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General Books General Books CUTN Central Library Sciences Non-fiction 610.285 VAI (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 27968

This book presents some of the most recent research results on the applications of computational intelligence in healthcare. The contents include: information model for management of clinical content; state-based model for management of type II diabetes; case-based reasoning in medicine; assessing the quality of care in AI environment; electronic medical record to examine physician decisions; multi-agent systems for the management of community healthcare; assistive wheelchair navigation; and more.

To Computational Intelligence in Healthcare.- Synthetic Characters in Health-related Applications.- Application of Artificial Intelligence for Weekly Dietary Menu Planning.- Evaluation of Healthcare IT Applications: The User Acceptance Perspective.- Current Perspectives on PACS and a Cardiology Case Study.- Attacking the Inverse Electromagnetic Problem of the Heart with Computationally Compatible Anatomical and Histological Knowledge.- Human Machine Interface for Healthcare and Rehabilitation.

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