A medical reasoning program that improves with experience.

  title={A medical reasoning program that improves with experience.},
  author={Phyllis Koton},
  journal={Computer methods and programs in biomedicine},
  volume={30 2-3},
  • Phyllis Koton
  • Published 1989 in Computer methods and programs in biomedicine
A physician's problem-solving performance improves with experience. The performance of most medical expert systems does not. The author has developed a diagnosis program for coronary disease that improves its performance by remembering and learning from cases that it has already solved. The program diagnoses commonly-seen problems efficiently by recalling similar, previous cases and adapting their solutions through simple modifications. When it lacks experience in solving a particular type of… CONTINUE READING

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