Hubert Kordylewski

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Describes the application of a LAMSTAR (LArge Memory STorage And Retrieval) neural network to medical diagnosis and medical information retrieval problems. The network is based on M.L. Minsky's (1980) knowledge lines (k-lines) theory of memory storage and retrieval in the central nervous system. It employs arrays of self-organized map modules, such that the(More)
This paper describes an ART-1-based artificial neural network (ANN) adapted for controlling functional electrical stimulation (FES) to facilitate patient-responsive ambulation by paralyzed patients with spinal cord injuries. This network is to serve as a controller in an FES system developed by the first author which is presently in use by 300 patients(More)
The paper describes the application of a neural network (ANN) for controlling a functional neuromuscular stimulation (FNS) system to facilitate patient-responsive ambulation by paralyzed patients with traumatic, thoracic-level spinal cord injuries. The particular ANN that is employed is a modified Adaptive-Resonance-Theory (ART-1) network. It serves as a(More)
Recent healthcare legislation, financial pressures, and regulatory oversight have increased the need to create improved mechanisms for performance measurement, quality management tracking, and outcomes-based research. The Anesthesia Quality Institute (AQI) has established the National Anesthesia Clinical Outcomes Registry (NACOR) to support these(More)
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