Medical expert systems: Design and applications in pulmonary medicine

  title={Medical expert systems: Design and applications in pulmonary medicine},
  author={R{\"u}diger Klar and Albrecht Zai\ss},
Expert systems are computer applications with a built-in knowledge of a special field to solve problems like a human expert on this subject. An expert system consists of an inference component for problem specification and solving, a knowledge base for storage of data, facts, rules and heuristics, an interface for knowledge acquisition, another for the interaction with the user, and a component for reasoning. Pulmonary expert systems are used for automatic interpretations of lung function data… CONTINUE READING


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