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Integrating Deep Biomedical Models into Medical Decision Support Systems: An Interval Constraint Approach

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Integrating Deep Biomedical Models into Medical Decision Support Systems: An Interval Constraint Approach
Knowledge representation has always been a major problem in the design of medical decision support systems. In this paper we present a new methodology to represent and reason about medical knowledge, based on the declarative specification of interval constraints over the medical concepts. This allows the integration of deep medical models involving differential equations developed in biomedical research (typical in several medical domains) which, due to their complexity, have not been incorporated into medical decision support systems. The methodology which enables reasoning both forward and backward in time, is applied to a specific domain, electromyography. The promising results obtained are discussed to justify our future work.
Jorge Cruz, Pedro Barahona, Frédéric
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where AIMDM
Authors Jorge Cruz, Pedro Barahona, Frédéric Benhamou
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