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Quantum associative memory for the diagnosis of some tropical diseases

  title={Quantum associative memory for the diagnosis of some tropical diseases},
  author={J.-P. Tchapet Njafa and S. G. Nana Engo and Paul Woafo},
  journal={arXiv: Medical Physics},
In this paper we present a model of Quantum Associative Memory which can be a helpful tool for physicians without experience or laboratory facilities, for the diagnosis of four tropical diseases (malaria, typhoid fever, yellow fever and dengue) which have similar symptoms. The memory can distinguish single infection from multi-infection. The algorithm used for Quantum Associative Memory is an improve model of original algorithm made by Ventura for Quantum Associative Memory. From the simulation… 

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