Andrew David Jackson-Smale

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This paper describes the work of the DILEMMA project to provide protocol-based decision support in a variety of clinical domains. We give an outline of the generic protocol model that DILEMMA has produced, and the protocol task manager (PTM) software developed to assist protocol use in routine clinical practice. We summarise the validation of the model(More)
Symbolic decision procedures offer a flexible alternative to classical quantitative procedures for decision making, particularly when precise parameters (such as probabilities) are hard to estimate. One such procedure, based on a logic of argumentation, is described. Specifications of inference methods for such functions as proposing and refining decision(More)
The aim of DILEMMA is to provide tools for the development of decision support systems for use in general medical practice, hospital-based cancer care, and shared care of cancer and cardiology patients. In primary care, the project intends to provide aids to clinical performance in prescribing, referral and the use of clinical guidelines. The demonstrator(More)
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