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An introduction to computer applications in medicine

N. F. Kember

An introduction to computer applications in medicine

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Published by Edward Arnold in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine -- Data processing.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p149-154. - Includes index.

    StatementN.F. Kember.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR858
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix,163p. :
    Number of Pages163
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22827365M
    ISBN 100713144149
    OCLC/WorldCa8588273

    In the example of the chairs, above, it is useful to assume that our knowledge representation contains a description of some prototypical CHAIR, that the individual chairs we discuss can be said to be instances or kinds of the prototype, and that much of what we know about each individual chair is in fact shared knowledge more appropriately known about the prototype. Dobbs is not having a heart attack. Computer vision is the broad parent name for any computations involving visual content — that means images, videos, icons, and anything else with pixels involved. Early representation languages were based on the predicate calculus, in which each fact, or item of knowledge, was represented as a single expression in the language. Students are guided through individual projects and outside research related to their area of concentration and employment training. Two aspects of this structure that are receiving much attention are the representation of structured objects and of processes.

    In the case of personal computers, some of the input, output, and storage devices are built into the same physical unit. His research interests include statistical modeling, computational statistics and all aspects of missing data. Indeed, accurate computations of probabilities and solutions of simple differential equations--tasks at which human experts are rather poor without special training--play a role in some of our programs. The series of numbers on the right is what software sees when you input an image.

    J Med 55, You can produce output from a computer in other ways, including film and voice output. Yet, by contrast, we believe that human experts make a much more powerful use of occasions where they detect conflict. Can they be achieved?


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In this definition it is the three words in the middle-edit, format, and store-that reveal the difference between word processing and plain typing. Many magazines and newspapers today rely on desktop publishing software. Hawkinson, L.

Numerous computer programs for decision making in small domains of medicine have employed the decision theoretic formalism [6, 8]. Mahotas currently has over functions for image processing and computer vision and it keeps growing. Patient records and history are stored on computer databases in the medical field.

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This program, as the others described here, has undergone several tests indicating its human-like competence; it has also served as the vehicle for ongoing research in the automatic generation of explanations of program behavior which are based on programs expressed as procedures as opposed to rules and on the relation between medical knowledge about the underlying domain and the performance of the program.

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