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Task-structure analysis for knowledge modeling
n recent years there has been increasing interest in describing complicated information processing systems in terms of the knowledge they have, rather than by the details of their implementation.Expand
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AMIA Board white paper: definition of biomedical informatics and specification of core competencies for graduate education in the discipline
The AMIA biomedical informatics (BMI) core competencies have been designed to support and guide graduate education in BMI, the core scientific discipline underlying the breadth of the field'sExpand
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Designing Human-Centered Distributed Information Systems
Many computer systems are designed according to engineering and technology principles and are typically difficult to learn and use. The fields of human-computer interaction, interface design, andExpand
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Some properties of the spectrum of a graph
A high degree of heat circulation is achieved in a cooker housing of generally elliptical cylindroid configuration, the longitudinal axis of the cylindroid disposed horizontally, the major axis ofExpand
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A process to identify military injury prevention priorities based on injury type and limited duty days.
BACKGROUND Injuries, one of the leading public health problems in an otherwise healthy military population, affect operational readiness, increase healthcare costs, and result in disabilities andExpand
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The Anchorage, Alaska Veterans Court and Recidivism: July 6, 2004 – December 31, 2010
In July 2004 Anchorage, Alaska started one of the first veterans courts in the United States. That court has now been in continuous operation for over seven years. This Comment briefly describes theExpand
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A Mechanism for Forming Composite Explanatory Hypotheses
A general problem-solving mechanism is described that is especially suited for performing a particular form of abductive inference, or best explanation finding. A problem solver embodying thisExpand
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Human-centered design of a distributed knowledge management system
Many healthcare technology projects fail due to the lack of consideration of human issues, such as workflow, organizational change, and usability, during the design and implementation stages of aExpand
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Biomedical informatics: changing what physicians need to know and how they learn.
The explosive growth of biomedical complexity calls for a shift in the paradigm of medical decision making-from a focus on the power of an individual brain to the collective power of systems ofExpand
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What is biomedical informatics?
Biomedical informatics lacks a clear and theoretically-grounded definition. Many proposed definitions focus on data, information, and knowledge, but do not provide an adequate definition of theseExpand
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