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Information technology in bio- and medical informatics, ITBAM 2010 [electronic resource] : first international conference, Bilbao, Spain, September 1-2, 2010 ; proceedings /
Sami Khuri, Lenka Lhotskà, Nadia Pisanti (eds.)
imprint
Berlin : Springer, c2010.
description
xiii, 233 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
3642150195 (alk. paper), 9783642150197 (alk. paper)
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Main Description
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed proceedings of the First International Conference on InformationTechnology in Bio- and Medical Informatics, held in Bilbao, Spain, in September 2010.The 14 selected long papers and 8 selected short papers are divided in the following groups:Workflow management and database; Decision support and data management in biomedicine; Medical data modelling and information retrieval; Data mining in bioinformatics; Knowledge representation and data management in bioinformatics; Biological data and signal processing.
Table of Contents
Workflow Management and Database
e-BioFlow: Improving Practical Use of Workflow Systems in Bioinformaticsp. 1
MEDCollector: Multisource Epidemic Data Collectorp. 16
Epidemic Marketplace: An Information Management System for Epidemiological Datap. 31
Decision Support and Data Management in Biomedicine
DCM Data Management Framework: A Data Warehousing Approachp. 45
Automatic Classification of Intrapartal Fetal Heart-Rate Recordings - Can It Compete with Experts?p. 57
Clinical Informatics to Diagnose Cardiac Diseases Based on Data Miningp. 67
Decision Support in Biomedicine (Short Papers)
The Case-Based Software System for Physician's Decision Supportp. 78
SASAgent: An Agent Based Architecture for Search, Retrieval and Composition of e-Science Models and Toolsp. 86
Clustering of Protein Substructures for Discovery of a Novel Class of Sequence-Structure Fragmentsp. 94
A Comorbidity Network Approach to Predict Disease Riskp. 102
Mining and Post-Processing of Association Rules in the Atherosclerosis Risk Domainp. 110
Medical Data Modeling and Information Retrieval
Optimized Column-Oriented Model: A Storage and Search Efficient Representation of Medical Datap. 118
A Semantic Query Interface for the OGO Platformp. 128
BioMedical Information Retrieval: The BioTracer Approachp. 143
Data Mining in Bioinformatics
A Self-Organizing State Space Approach to Inferring Time-Varying Causalities between Regulatory Proteinsp. 158
Knowledge Representation and Data Management in Bioinformatics
Retrieving Samples from Biobanksp. 172
Logical Knowledge Representation of Regulatory Relations in Biomedical Pathwaysp. 186
Smooth Introduction of Semantic Tagging in Genotyping Proceduresp. 201
Biological Data and Signal Processing
Laboratory Kit for Oscillometry Measurement of Blood Pressurep. 215
Initial Analysis of the EEG Signal Processing Methods for Studying Correlations between Muscle and Brain Activityp. 220
Highlighting the Current Issues with Pride Suggestions for Improving the Performance of Real Time Cardiac Health Monitoringp. 226
Author Indexp. 235
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