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Artificial intelligence in medicine /
9th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine in Europe, AIME 2003, Protaras, Cyprus, October 18-22, 2003 proceedings ; Michel Dojat, Elpida Keravnou, Pedro Barahona (eds.).
imprint
Berlin ; New York : Springer, c2003.
description
xiii, 388 p. : ill.
ISBN
3540201297 (alk. paper)
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Book
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Summaries
Main Description
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine in Europe, AIME 2003, held in Protaras, Cyprus, in October 2003.The 24 revised full papers and 26 revised short papers presented together with two invited contributions were carefully reviewed and selected from 65 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on temporal reasoning, ontology and terminology, image processing and simulation, guidelines and clinical protocols, terminology and natural language issues, machine learning, probabilistic networks and Bayesian models, case-based reasoning and decision support, and data mining and knowledge discovery.
Main Description
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine in Europe, AIME 2003, held in Protaras, Cyprus, in October 2003. The 24 revised full papers and 26 revised short papers presented together with two invited contributions were carefully reviewed and selected from 65 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on temporal reasoning, ontology and terminology, image processing and simulation, guidelines and clinical protocols, terminology and natural language issues, machine learning, probabilistic networks and Bayesian models, case-based reasoning and decision support, and data mining and knowledge discovery.
Table of Contents
On-Line Extraction of Successive Temporal Sequences from ICU High-Frequency Data for Decision Support Informationp. 1
Quality Assessment of Hemodialysis Services through Temporal Data Miningp. 11
Idan: A Distributed Temporal-Abstraction Mediator for Medical Databasesp. 21
Prognosis of Approaching Infectious Diseasesp. 31
Modeling Multimedia and Temporal Aspects of Semistructured Clinical Datap. 36
NEONATE: Decision Support in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - A Preliminary Reportp. 41
Abstracting the Patient Therapeutic History through a Heuristic-Based Qualitative Handling of Temporal Indeterminacyp. 46
How to Represent Medical Ontologies in View of a Semantic Web?p. 51
Using Description Logics for Managing Medical Terminologiesp. 61
Ontology for Task-Based Clinical Guidelines and the Theory of Granular Partitionsp. 71
Speech Interfaces for Point-of-Care Guideline Systemsp. 76
Text Categorization prior to Indexing for the CISMEF Health Cataloguep. 81
Bodily Systems and the Modular Structure of the Human Bodyp. 86
Multi-agent Approach for Image Processing: A Case Study for MRI Human Brain Scans Interpretationp. 91
Qualitative Simulation of Shock States in a Virtual Patientp. 101
3D Segmentation of MR Brain Images into White Matter, Gray Matter and Cerebro-Spinal Fluid by Means of Evidence Theoryp. 112
A Knowledge-Based System for the Diagnosis of Alzheimer's Diseasep. 117
DEGEL: A Hybrid, Multiple-Ontology Framework for Specification and Retrieval of Clinical Guidelinesp. 122
Experiences in the Formalisation and Verification of Medical Protocolsp. 132
Enhancing Conventional Web Content with Intelligent Knowledge Processingp. 142
Linking Clinical Guidelines with Formal Representationsp. 152
Computerised Advice on Drug Dosage Decisions in Childhood Leukaemia: A Method and a Safety Strategyp. 158
The NewGuide Project: Guidelines, Information Sharing and Learning from Exceptionsp. 163
Managing Theoretical Single-Disease Guideline Recommendations for Actual Multiple-Disease Patientsp. 168
Informal and Formal Medical Guidelines: Bridging the Gapp. 173
Rhetorical Coding of Health Promotion Dialoguesp. 179
Learning Derived Words from Medical Corporap. 189
Learning-Free Text Categorizationp. 199
Knowledge-Based Query Expansion over a Medical Terminology Oriented Ontology on the Webp. 209
Linking Rules to Terminologies and Applications in Medical Planningp. 214
Classification of Ovarian Tumors Using Bayesian Least Squares Support Vector Machinesp. 219
Attribute Interactions in Medical Data Analysisp. 229
Combining Supervised and Unsupervised Methods to Support Early Diagnosis of Hepatocellular Carcinomap. 239
Analysis of Gene Expression Data by the Logic Minimization Approachp. 244
A Journey trough Clinical Applications of Multimethod Decision Treesp. 249
Detailing Test Characteristics for Probabilistic Networksp. 254
Bayesian Learning of the Gas Exchange Properties of the Lung for Prediction of Arterial Oxygen Saturationp. 264
Hierarchical Dirichlet Learning - Filling in the Thin Spots in a Databasep. 274
A Bayesian Neural Network Approach for Sleep Apnea Classificationp. 284
Probabilistic Networks as Probabilistic Forecastersp. 294
Finding and Explaining Optimal Treatmentsp. 299
Acquisition of Adaptation Knowledge for Breast Cancer Treatment Decision Supportp. 304
Case Based Reasoning for Medical Decision-Support in a Safety Critical Environmentp. 314
Constraint Reasoning in Deep Biomedical Modelsp. 324
Interactive Decision Support for Medical Planningp. 335
Compliance with the Hyperlipidaemia Consensus: Clinicians versus the Computerp. 340
WoundCare: A Palm Pilot-Based Expert System for the Treatment of Pressure Ulcersp. 345
VIE-DIAB: A Support Program for Telemedical Glycaemic Controlp. 350
Drifting Concepts as Hidden Factors in Clinical Studiesp. 355
Multi-relational Data Mining in Medical Databasesp. 365
Is It Time to Trade "Wet-Work" for Network?p. 375
Robots as Models of the Brain: What Can We Learn from Modelling Rat Navigation and Infant Imitation Games?p. 377
Author Indexp. 387
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