Intelligent systems: how can they help?

  • M. C. Kelsey
  • Published 1991 in The Journal of hospital infection

Abstract

Expert systems are a branch of the computer science of artificial intelligence. Their ability to mimic experts by applying their domain knowledge has led to the construction of a number of medical applications. A brief resumé of the structure and the processes involved in constructing knowledge-based expert systems is given. Reasons are given for the… (More)

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@article{Kelsey1991IntelligentSH, title={Intelligent systems: how can they help?}, author={M. C. Kelsey}, journal={The Journal of hospital infection}, year={1991}, volume={18 Suppl A}, pages={418-23} }