Ladislav J. Kohout

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Bromocriptine was given in a controlled trial to 86 parkinsonian patients. Eight of 30 previously untreated patients with early and mild disease showed sustained benefit for two years and did not develop "on-off" effects or dyskinesias. Only two of 23 patients unable to tolerate or failing to respond to levodopa benefited from bromocriptine. Thirty-three(More)
In a double-blind crossover trial, (-)-deprenyl, a fast-acting selective monoamine-oxidase-B inhibitor without a "cheese effect", was given to 41 patients with idiopathic Parkinson's disease who were receiving maximum tolerated doses of levodopa either alone or combined with carbidopa ("Sinemet"). In a dose of 10 mg, daily or on alternate days, (-)-deprenyl(More)
The main part of the paper consists of a bibliography of some 1150 items, each keyword-indexed with some 750 being classified as concerned with fuzzy system theory and its applications. The remaining items are concerned with closely related topics in many-valued logic, linguistics, the philosophy of vagueness, etc. These background references are annotated(More)
The paper continues a series of papers and a monograph [33], where we have described the conceptual structures as well as the basic architecture of a knowledge-based system CuN^io. 1. Introduction In a series of papers and a monograph [33], we have described the conceptual structures as well as the basic architecture of a knowledge-based system CUN^tD. Its(More)
— This paper one of the series of papers in which we lay down the foundations for design of trustworthy computing systems. We propose here a methodology to perform behavior-based intrusion detection on security protocols using fuzzy relational methods. Fuzzified Allen temporal algebra plays an important role in capturing the time dimension of concurrent(More)