Vijay Kumar Mago

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Keywords: Fuzzy cognitive maps Cellular automata Evolutionary model Knowledge representation Injection drug users HIV a b s t r a c t One of the first decisions to be made when modelling a phenomenon is that of scale: at which level is the phenomenon most appropriately modelled? For some phenomena the answer may seem too obvious to warrant even asking the(More)
BACKGROUND The forces which affect homelessness are complex and often interactive in nature. Social forces such as addictions, family breakdown, and mental illness are compounded by structural forces such as lack of available low-cost housing, poor economic conditions, and insufficient mental health services. Together these factors impact levels of(More)
BACKGROUND Meningitis is characterized by an inflammation of the meninges, or the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. Early diagnosis and treatment is crucial for a positive outcome, yet identifying meningitis is a complex process involving an array of signs and symptoms and multiple causal factors which require novel solutions to support(More)
Retailers routinely use association mining to investigate trends in the use of their products. In the medical world, association mining is mostly used to identify associations between symptoms and diseases, or between drugs and adverse events. In comparison, there is a relative paucity of work that focuses on relationships between drugs exclusively. In this(More)