D.L. Hudson

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Technological changes in the last fifty years have significantly impacted our daily lives. In the medical domain, new imaging methods have eliminated the need for exploratory surgery as a diagnostic tool. Technologies exist for the creation of complete electronic medical records (EMR) but full implementation has not yet been achieved. Issues still remain in(More)
Medical diagnosis remains an inexact science due to a number of factors including incomplete physiological models, missing data, complex data types, and a large number of contributing parameters. Since the human decision making aspect is not precisely defined, non-traditional methods must be found to develop computer-assisted decision support systems. Two(More)
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