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Continuous Patient Monitoring With a Patient Centric Agent: A Block Architecture
Simulation results demonstrate that security and privacy can be enhanced in RPM with the PCA based End to End architecture. Expand
The integration of retrieval, reasoning and drafting for refugee law: a third generation legal knowledge based system
An argument is identified to be the basic unit of reasoning of a system that supports the construction of arguments and drafting of determinations in refugee law and a classification of knowledge based systems in law is proposed. Expand
Empirical Study of Decision Trees and Ensemble Classifiers for Monitoring of Diabetes Patients in Pervasive Healthcare
The results show that the novel application of the decision trees in ensemble classifiers for the detection and monitoring of CAN in diabetes patients achieved better performance parameters compared with the outcomes obtained previously in the literature. Expand
An approach for Ewing test selection to support the clinical assessment of cardiac autonomic neuropathy
The results show that the best single Ewing test for diagnosing CAN is the deep breathing heart rate variation test. Expand
Cost-analysis of teledentistry in residential aged care facilities
A cost-analysis, from a public healthcare perspective, comparing the cost and benefits of face-to-face patient examination assessments conducted by a dentist at a residential aged care facility (RACF) situated in rural areas of the Australian state of Victoria with two teledentistry approaches utilizing virtual oral examination. Expand
A hybrid rule – neural approach for the automation of legal reasoning in the discretionary domain of family law in Australia
It is demonstrated that systems for reasoning with this form of open texture can be built by integrating rule sets with neural networks trained with data collected from standard past cases and difficulties associated with integrating two vastly different paradigms. Expand
Does the Delphi process lead to increased accuracy in group-based judgmental forecasts or does it simply induce consensus amongst judgmental forecasters ?
We investigate the relative impact of internal Delphi process factors – including panelists' degree of confidence, expertise, majority/minority positioning – and an external factor, richness ofExpand
Exploring novel features and decision rules to identify cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy using a hybrid of wrapper-filter based feature selection
Experiments on real patient records shows that proposed method finds a smaller set of features for detection of CAN than traditional method which are clinically significant and could lead to an easier way to diagnose CAN. Expand
ToolSHeDTM: The development and evaluation of a decision support tool for health and safety in construction design
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe an innovative information and decision support tool (ToolSHeD™) developed to help construction designers to integrate the management of OHSExpand
The split-up system: integrating neural networks and rule-based reasoning in the legal domain
Hustrate the use of Toulrnin structures in the generation of explanations for conclusions reached by either mle sets or neural networks. Expand