Offline Analysis Server and Offline Algorithms



In this chapter we present algorithmic methodologies and data management system architectures for the analysis of medical data. We focus on offline analysis, in which the results of pattern or motif discovery and association rules extraction are not obtained in real-time. Offline analysis is based on stored data, structured within a database, and usually exploits large amounts of data for statistical processing and analysis.


Offline Analysis Offline Algorithm Data Management System Architecture Sleep Spindle Detection Seizure Detection 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Multidimensional Data Analysis and Knowledge Discovery Laboratory, Department of Computer Engineering & InformaticsUniversity of PatrasPatrasGreece

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