Intelligent Computer Systems for Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis: a Systematic Review of Reasoning Techniques and Methods

@article{Arani2018IntelligentCS,
  title={Intelligent Computer Systems for Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis: a Systematic Review of Reasoning Techniques and Methods},
  author={Leila Akramian Arani and Azamossadat Hosseini and Farkhondeh Asadi and Seyed Ali Masoud and Eslam Nazemi},
  journal={Acta Informatica Medica},
  year={2018},
  volume={26},
  pages={258 - 264}
}
Objective: Intelligent computer systems are used in diagnosing Multiple Sclerosis and help physicians in the accurate and timely diagnosis of the disease. This study focuses on a review of different reasoning techniques and methods used in intelligent systems to diagnose MS and analyze the application and efficiency of different reasoning methods in order to find the most efficient and applicable methods and techniques for MS diagnosis. Methods: A complete research was carried out on articles… 

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