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TitleAIME 91 [electronic resource] : Proceedings of the Third Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, Maastricht, June 24-27, 1991 / edited by Mario Stefanelli, Arie Hasman, Marius Fieschi, Jan Talmon
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1991
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Descript VIII, 329 p. online resource


This book contains 26 papers describing research in the do- main of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine. The papers are grouped around the following themes: Methodology, knowledge representation, clinical applications, modelling, uncertain- ty management, knowledge acquisition, and the user perspec- tive. The book gives an overview of the current state of AI in medicine research in Europe. It presents several techni- ques and methods that are likely to play an important role in future applications. In the section on clinical applica- tions not only existing systems are described, but results of evaluation studies are presented as well


Keynote Addresses -- Model-based Image Segmentation: Methods and Applications -- Real versus Artificial Expertise: The Development of Cognitive Models of Clinical Reasoning -- Methodology -- A Developmental Perspective on the Role of Biomedical Knowledge in Medical Problem Solving; Implications for Al -- Reconstructing Medical Problem Solving Competence: MACCORD -- The Role of Domain Models in Maintaining Consistency of Large Medical Knowledge Bases -- Knowledge Representation -- A Framework for Causal Reasoning with a Functional Approach -- Modelling and Knowledge (Re)presentation within HIOS+ -- Medical Knowledge Representation and Predictive Data Entry -- Clinical Applications -- A Connectionist Aid to the Early Diagnosis of Myocardial Infarction -- Automation of Medical Audit in General Practice -- An Intelligent System for Monitoring Infections in Heart Transplant Recipients -- Measuring Performance of a Bayesian Decision Support System for the Diagnosis of Rheumatic Disorders -- The Application of Distributed Artificial Intelligence to Medical Diagnosis -- Knowledge Representation of Discharge Summaries -- Modelling -- Dual Teleological Perspectives in Qualitative Circulatory Analysis -- Physiological Modelling Using RL -- Integrated Use of Causal and Algebraic Physiological Models to Support Anaesthetists in Decision Making -- Uncertainty Management -- Cytotoxic Chemotherapy Monitoring Using Stochastic Simulation on Graphical Models -- A Model-Based Approach to Insulin Adjustment -- A Blackboard Control Architecture for Therapy Planning -- Knowledge Acquisition -- A Comparative Evaluation of Three Approaches to the Acquisition of Medical Knowledge -- A Knowledge Acquisition Tool for Medical Diagnostic Knowledge-Based Systems -- Machine Learning in Data Rich Domains: Some Experiences from the KAVAS Project -- The User Perspective -- Patientโ{128}{153}s and Physicianโ{128}{153}s Opinion about Computer Expert Systems -- Designing an Adaptive Interface for EPIAIM -- CAP: A Critiquing Expert System for Medical Education

Medicine Artificial intelligence Statistics Medicine & Public Health Medicine/Public Health general Statistics for Life Sciences Medicine Health Sciences Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)


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