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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Clinical guidelines (GLs) play an important role to standardize and organize clinical processes according to evidence-based medicine. Several computer-based GL representation languages have been defined, usually focusing on expressiveness and/or on user-friendliness. In many cases, the interpretation of some constructs in such languages is quite unclear. Only recently researchers have started to provide a formal semantics for some of such languages, thus providing an unambiguous specificationdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-02976-9_8 fatcat:rnk2oh23v5fy7hawtniajekrgu