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Knowledge representation for health-care [electronic resource] : ECAI 2010 workshop KR4HC 2010, Lisbon, Portugal, August 17, 2010 : revised selected papers /
David Riano ... [et al.] (eds.).
Berlin : Springer, c2011.
x, 152 p. : ill.
3642180493 (alk. paper), 9783642180491 (alk. paper)
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Main Description
This book constitutes the proceedings of the KR4HC 2010 workshop held at ECAI in Lisbon, Portugal, in August 2010. The 11 extended papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 19 submissions. The papers cover topics like ontologies, patient data, records, and guidelines, and clinical practice guidelines.
Table of Contents
Ontology-Based Retrospective and Prospective Diagnosis and Medical Knowledge Personalizationp. 1
A Semantic Web Approach to Integrate Phenotype Descriptions and Clinical Datap. 10
Ontology-Based Knowledge Modeling to Provide Decision Support for Comorbid Diseasesp. 27
Patient Data, Records, and Guidelines
Inducing Decision Trees from Medical Decision Processesp. 40
Critiquing Knowledge Representation in Medical Image Interpretation Using Structure Learningp. 56
Linguistic and Temporal Processing for Discovering Hospital Acquired Infection from Patient Recordsp. 70
A Markov Analysis of Patients Developing Sepsis Using Clustersp. 85
Towards the Interoperability of Computerised Guidelines and Electronic Health Records: An Experiment with openEHR Archetypes and a Chronic Heart Failure Guidelinep. 101
Clinical Practice Guidelines
Identifying Treatment Activities for Modelling Computer-Interpretable Clinical Practice Guidelinesp. 114
Updating a Protocol-Based Decision-Support System's Knowledge Base: A Breast Cancer Case Studyp. 126
Toward Probabilistic Analysis of Guidelinesp. 139
Author Indexp. 153
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