The use of neural networks to aid in microorganism identification: a case study ofHaemophilus species identification
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Neural networks were evaluated as a tool for identifying microorganisms. Data from a microorganism identification table were used to train a neural network. Based on the results of identification tests the neural network could correctly identify eachHaemophilus species from a group of 13Haemophilus species.
Key wordsHaemophilus identification neural network
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