Artificial neural networks for decision-making in urologic oncology.

  title={Artificial neural networks for decision-making in urologic oncology.},
  author={Theodore Anagnostou and Mesut Remzi and Michael Lykourinas and Bob Djavan},
  journal={European urology},
  volume={43 6},
The authors are presenting a thorough introduction in Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) and their contribution to modern Urologic Oncology. The article covers a description of Artificial Neural Network methodology and points out the differences of Artificial Intelligence to traditional statistic models in terms of serving patients and clinicians, in a different way than current statistical analysis. Since Artificial Intelligence is not yet fully understood by many practicing clinicians, the… CONTINUE READING
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