Computer-Aided Expert System of Diagnostics and Tactics in Acute Urgent Neurologic Pathology
The expert system is developed for differential diagnostics of some acute neurologic diseases. The “diagnostic games” and “complex antisyndrome” methods are utilized. The system is based on a considerable number of clinical observations in reliable verification. The diagnostic accuracy amounts to 92%.
KeywordsExpert System USSR Academy Differential Diagnostics Dialog Mode Reliable Verification
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