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The provision of consumer health information portals acting as gateways to online resources is one strategy for enabling patients to be better informed and engaged in healthcare decision making and support. These portals need to be both smart and user sensitive, able to identify and select resources of relevance to a user community, describe them in ways(More)
The orbitofrontal cortex plays a central role in good-based economic decisions. When subjects make choices, neurons in this region represent the identities and values of offered and chosen goods. Notably, choices in different behavioral contexts may involve a potentially infinite variety of goods. Thus a fundamental question concerns the stability versus(More)
Quality control is a critical issue in online health information provision, where domain experts play an important role in evaluating and selecting quality and relevant resources to meet health consumers’ individual knowledge needs. This research aims for a semi-automated approach to tackle challenges domain experts encounter in resource quality evaluation(More)
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