Yoshida, H., Jain, A., Ichalkaranje, A., Ichalkaranje, N. (Eds.)
2007, XXI, 290 p.
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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 artificial intelligence environment
Electronic medical record to examine physician decisions
Multi-agent systems for the management of community healthcare
Assistive wheelchair navigation
Modelling treatment processes using information extraction
Neonatal pain detection using face classification techniques
Medical education interfaces using virtual patients
The book is directed to the computer scientists, medical practitioners, scientists, professors and students of health science, computer science and related disciplines.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Case-Based Reasoning - Navigation - artificial intelligence - classification - computational intelligence - electronic medical record - information extraction - intelligence - intelligent systems - medicine - model - modeling - multi-agent system - multi-agent systems - simulation