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licitation of neurological knowledge with argument-based machine learning

  title={licitation of neurological knowledge with argument-based machine learning},
  author={ida Groznika and M. G. Guida and A. Sadikova and Martin Mo{\vz}inaa and Dejan Georgievb and eronika Kragelj and Samo Ribaric and Zvezdan Pirto{\vs}ekb and Ivan Bratkoa},
Objective: The paper describes the use of expert’s knowledge in practice and the efficiency of a recently developed technique called argument-based machine learning (ABML) in the knowledge elicitation process. We are developing a neurological decision support system to help the neurologists differentiate between three types of tremors: Parkinsonian, essential, and mixed tremor (comorbidity). The system is intended to act as a second opinion for the neurologists, and most importantly to help… 

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