Data mining and CBR integrated methods in medicine: a review

Babita Pandey, R.B. Mishra
2010 International Journal of Medical Engineering and Informatics  
Nowadays, a large number of data mining (DM) techniques are available for data analysis and prediction in medicine. Few literatures are available that provide a comprehensive view which give a guideline to use the DM techniques in different medical areas (domain). This review provides a comprehensive view of the state of the art of single DM and integrated case-based reasoning (CBR) and DM techniques in different medical domains such as: general medicine, nephrology, dermatology, cardiology,
more » ... logy, oncology, neurology and orthopaedic. We present our observation in tabular and graphic mode, which shows the use of a particular method of DM in the various domains of medical use and the use of different methods of DM in a particular medical domain. The study and observation would help the biomedical engineers to know the applicability of a particular method in different medical domains of practice and research. He has over 28 years of teaching experience and has published around 80 research papers and articles. He has supervised three PhD and 21 MTech dissertations. He visited the University of Bath, UK on INSA faculty exchange in 1997 from April-June. His research interests are AI and multi-agent system and its application to medicine, e-commerce and semantic web.
doi:10.1504/ijmei.2010.031521 fatcat:ond5wvx75vc47pm4f6x6qwd6um