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Review Of Literature On Design And Development Of An Expert System For Diagnosis Of Selected Cardiac Diseases

Gath Sulbha, A. T. Gaikwad
2018 Zenodo  
By effectively and efficiently decentralizing decision-making by means of a Expert System for diagnosis of Selected Cardiac Diseases will be a solution for effective interaction between patients, general  ...  Expert System for diagnosis of Selected Cardiac Diseases will be designed as an information system as an decision support system application, which will provide assistance in the diagnosis of Cardiac disease  ...  Moreover, it describes the well known database used for heart disease diagnosis.Researcher has developed Clinical Decision Support System for heart diseases, which gathers the patient health information  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1471480 fatcat:cznr6o2li5et3ipbws2tanpcly

A conceptual framework for establishing trust in real world intelligent systems

Michael Guckert, Nils Gumpfer, Jennifer Hannig, Till Keller, Neil Urquhart
2021 Cognitive Systems Research  
In this paper we present a conceptual framework that reflects and supports this process.  ...  This is caused by a control flow depending either on stochastic elements or on the structure and relevance of the input data.  ...  We thank Andreas Rolf and the clinical team of the Campus Kerckhoff of the Justus-Liebig-University Gießen for help with acquisition of clinical data.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cogsys.2021.04.001 fatcat:fxo5yg45frfjxdqypumy6n4afa

Advantages and Functions of Clinical and Decision Support Systems

Dowse R
2022 Journal of Biomedical and Sustainable Healthcare Applications  
Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSSs) signify the framework shift in the medical sector in the modern age.  ...  In this research, we provide critical analysis on the application of CDSSs in clinical setting, integrating various forms, present application cases with proven effectiveness, potential harms and common  ...  Diagnostics Support Diagnostic Decision Support System (DDSS) are utilized for diagnosis approaches.  ... 
doi:10.53759/0088/jbsha202202006 fatcat:b5auqqvp7rgslgvch6lc4fjb64

The arrow of time: Advancing insights into action control from the arrow version of the Eriksen flanker task

K. Richard Ridderinkhof, Scott A. Wylie, Wery P. M. van den Wildenberg, Theodore R. Bashore, Maurits W. van der Molen
2020 Attention, Perception & Psychophysics  
of the arrow version of the Eriksen flanker task, (3) articulate the conceptual and neural models of action control that emerged from studies of the arrows flanker task, and (4) illustrate the influential  ...  role of the arrows flanker task in disclosing developmental trends in action control, fundamental deficits in action control due to neuropsychiatric disorders, and enhanced action control among elite  ...  In perhaps the first study examining the arrows flanker effect in AD/HD, Jonkman et al. (1999) compared the performances of children diagnosed with AD/HD and children with no clinical diagnosis using  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13414-020-02167-z pmid:33099719 fatcat:t3nyl54nofee3brjz7mksy2z54

The psychological and neurological bases of leader self-complexity and effects on adaptive decision-making

Sean T. Hannah, Pierre A. Balthazard, David A. Waldman, Peter L. Jennings, Robert W. Thatcher
2013 Journal of Applied Psychology  
Results demonstrated that both measures accounted for unique variance in external ratings of adaptive decision-making.  ...  To this end, we conceptualized a model of leader self-complexity that is inclusive of both the mind (the complexity of leaders' selfconcepts) and the brain (the neuroscientific basis for complex leadership  ...  We suggest that similar techniques could be applied to enhance leader effectiveness.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0032257 pmid:23544481 fatcat:2w4zdka335bmphqceo7fj3h6zy

Collaborative Analysis of Cancer Patient Data using Rapid Miner

Priyanka Jain, Santosh Kr.
2016 International Journal of Computer Applications  
In this paper discussion on varied data processing approaches that are used for carcinoma identification and prognosis.  ...  Breast cancer is one amongst the leading cancers for ladies in developed countries including Asian nation. It is the second most typical explanation for cancer death in women.  ...  Process documents from files operator is used for reading text knowledge accessible in any document file.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2016910564 fatcat:xntqgz7e3ba7hmncztjiftlnbe

Returning to Play after Prolonged Training Restrictions in Professional Collision Sports

Keith A. Stokes, Ben Jones, Mark Bennett, Graeme L. Close, Nicholas Gill, James H. Hull, Andreas M. Kasper, Simon P.T. Kemp, Stephen D. Mellalieu, Nicholas Peirce, Bob Stewart, Benjamin T. Wall (+2 others)
2020 International Journal of Sports Medicine  
Athletes may require psychological support given the challenges associated with isolation and a change in regular training routine.  ...  that the maintenance of key physical qualities (e. g. strength, power, high-speed running ability, acceleration, deceleration and change of direction), game-specific contact skills (e. g. tackling) and decision-making  ...  redistribute This document was downloaded for personal use only.  ... 
doi:10.1055/a-1180-3692 pmid:32483768 pmcid:PMC7799169 fatcat:ecunavs6efentatxpx7sutersq

Hip and Groin Injury Prevention in Elite Athletes and Team Sport – Current Challenges and Opportunities

Steven M. Short, Cameron W. MacDonald, Donald Strack
2021 International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy  
Which factors differentiate athletes with hip/groin pain from those without? A systematic review with meta-analysis. Br J Sports Med. 2015;49(12):810.  ...  Risk reduction for HAGI is a hot topic with limited reported success, 15 and the available literature-base to support practical, evidence-based practices across various elite sports is often limited  ...  may identify signifi-cant variance in prior findings and could be related to training volume or pain. 34,39 These tests provide value for daily clinical reasoning in a dynamic test-retest model, but since  ... 
doi:10.26603/001c.18705 fatcat:eeaqf4o7t5hprhec6ou52ugegu

Hip and Groin Injury Prevention in Elite Athletes and Team Sport - Current Challenges and Opportunities

Steven M Short, Cameron W MacDonald, Donald Strack
2021 International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy  
Hip and groin injury (HAGI) has been reported as a source of significant time loss in elite sport.  ...  Focused prevention strategies have been suggested, but their practical clinical implementation has not been heavily investigated across the sporting spectrum.  ...  Risk reduction for HAGI is a hot topic with limited reported success, 15 and the available literature-base to support practical, evidence-based practices across various elite sports is often limited  ... 
pmid:33604155 pmcid:PMC7872466 fatcat:ibmhbdviijey7flwhn7l23iu4q

Artificial intelligence in recommender systems

Qian Zhang, Jie Lu, Yaochu Jin
2020 Complex & Intelligent Systems  
AbstractRecommender systems provide personalized service support to users by learning their previous behaviors and predicting their current preferences for particular products.  ...  The observations in this paper will directly support researchers and professionals to better understand current developments and new directions in the field of recommender systems using AI.  ...  It contains a generative retrieval model that learns the distribution over documents and try to generate relevant documents that look like the ground truth to fool the discriminative model, and a discriminative  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40747-020-00212-w fatcat:ev3cyoy2mjeuhmq3rymkx2shsy

An overview of clinical decision support systems: benefits, risks, and strategies for success

Reed T. Sutton, David Pincock, Daniel C. Baumgart, Daniel C. Sadowski, Richard N. Fedorak, Karen I. Kroeker
2020 npj Digital Medicine  
In this paper, we provide a state-of-the-art overview on the use of clinical decision support systems in medicine, including the different types, current use cases with proven efficacy, common pitfalls  ...  Computerized clinical decision support systems, or CDSS, represent a paradigm shift in healthcare today. CDSS are used to augment clinicians in their complex decision-making processes.  ...  Thank you to Nathan Stern for discussion and initial review of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41746-020-0221-y pmid:32047862 pmcid:PMC7005290 fatcat:rp3crbvelfb3hnvn5fydscibzq

Assessment Methods of Post-stroke Gait: A Scoping Review of Technology-Driven Approaches to Gait Characterization and Analysis

Dhanya Menoth Mohan, Ahsan Habib Khandoker, Sabahat Asim Wasti, Sarah Ismail Ibrahim Ismail Alali, Herbert F. Jelinek, Kinda Khalaf
2021 Frontiers in Neurology  
along with their clinical teams.  ...  Rapidly emerging smart wearable technology and AI, including Machine Learning, Support Vector Machine, and Neural Network approaches, are increasingly commanding greater attention in gait research.  ...  , and the most effective techniques for data mining and analyses with the support of data from stroke patients.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fneur.2021.650024 pmid:34168608 pmcid:PMC8217618 fatcat:oh3uiqbq3ben5gkrcgbg52hbhy

The Buddha's Extra Scoop: Neural Correlates of Mindfulness and Clinical Sport Psychology

Donald R. Marks
2008 Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology  
Recent studies using neuroimaging technologies offer evidence that ancient beliefs about the benefits (e.g., enhanced attention, increased distress tolerance) associated with mindfulness practice and other  ...  forms of meditation may be supported by identifiable neuroanatomical changes in the brain.  ...  Neural correlates research provides intriguing support for these clinical findings.  ... 
doi:10.1123/jcsp.2.3.216 fatcat:e7djluarnnfppciuy27i4mmx3i

Cancer Detection and Prediction Using Genetic Algorithms

Aradhita Bhandari, B. K. Tripathy, Khurram Jawad, Surbhi Bhatia, Mohammad Khalid Imam Rahmani, Arwa Mashat, Muhammad Zubair Asghar
2022 Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience  
This makes them ideal for detecting cancer by creating models to interpret the results of tests, especially noninvasive.  ...  GAs can find the optimal or near-optimal solutions in huge, difficult search spaces and are widely used for search and optimization.  ...  of effect on the model.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/1871841 pmid:35615545 pmcid:PMC9126682 fatcat:ufplbbpevzfihhjw6sdte75nly

A Distributed, Collaborative Intelligent Agent System Approach for Proactive Postmarketing Drug Safety Surveillance

Yanqing Ji, Hao Ying, Margo S Farber, John Yen, Peter Dews, Richard E Miller, R Michael Massanari
2010 IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine  
recognition-primed decision (RPD) model that we recently developed.  ...  We propose a novel team-based intelligent agent software system approach for proactively monitoring and detecting potential ADRs of interest using electronic patient records.  ...  Ager for his help in statistics and E. Floyd, J. Small, C. Grace, and R. Johnson for their help in retrieving the patient information.  ... 
doi:10.1109/titb.2009.2037007 pmid:20007038 pmcid:PMC3919656 fatcat:stryjhjntzhsxlvurywdssnp2i
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