On super strategies of intelligent systems of the JSM type for evidence-based medicine

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This article discusses supplementary premises for making up rules of plausible inference (induction) of the JSM method for the automated generation of hypotheses. These are conditions characterizing the presence/absence of necessary and significant parameters in generated hypotheses. Negation of these supplementary premises generates new rules with the “suspicious” type of truth value. Modified rules of induction in the JSM method make up strategies for generating hypotheses for the interactive choice of necessary and significant parameters in intelligent systems for evidence-based medicine.

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rules of plausible inference (for induction) necessary and significant parameters super strategies in the JSM method 

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  1. 1.All-Russia Institute of Scientific and Technical InformationRussian Academy of ScienceMoscowRussia

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