Using Decision Trees for the Semi-automatic Development of Medical Data Patterns: A Computer-Supported Framework

@inproceedings{Fountoulaki2010UsingDT,
  title={Using Decision Trees for the Semi-automatic Development of Medical Data Patterns: A Computer-Supported Framework},
  author={Aikaterini Fountoulaki and Nikos I. Karacapilidis and Manolis Manatakis},
  booktitle={Web-Based Applications in Healthcare and Biomedicine},
  year={2010}
}
The development of Clinical Practice Guidelines is a difficult task. In most cases, it requires extensive elaboration of medical data repositories and tailoring of the corresponding results according to the medical setting under consideration. This tailoring should account for variations in diverse clinical settings. However, in any case, it has to be based on wellstructured medical data patterns that provide experts with the necessary knowledge. Towards facilitating the overall task, this… CONTINUE READING

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