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Development of a hybrid expert system for medical diagnosis

Adrian Van der Vliet

Development of a hybrid expert system for medical diagnosis

by Adrian Van der Vliet

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Thesis (M.A.Sc.) -- University of Toronto, 2003.

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ISBN 100494075457
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In artificial intelligence, an expert system is a computer system that emulates the decision-making ability of a human expert. Expert systems are designed to solve complex problems by reasoning through bodies of knowledge, represented mainly as if–then rules rather than through conventional procedural code. The first expert systems were created in the s and then proliferated in the s.   Expert systems with a large set of rules (over rules) can be slow, and thus large rules-based systems can be unsuitable for real-time applications. Disadvantages of rule-based expert systems • Inability to learn. In general, rule-based expert systems do not have an ability to learn from the experience.

High development costs Applications of Expert System The following table shows where ES can be applied. Application Description Design Domain Camera lens design, automobile design. Medical Domain Diagnosis Systems to deduce cause of disease from observed data, conduction medical operations on humans. Development of expert system in medical field has already emerged as a major area in the ap­ plication of computers in medicine [ ]. Medical expert system for management, diagnosis and treatment of diseases are gaining importance in the practice of mod­ ern medicine. The expert systems represent today the major part of artificial intel­.

For example, MYCIN was an early expert system for medical diagnosis and EMYCIN was an inference engine extrapolated from MYCIN and made available for other researchers. [1] As expert systems moved from research prototypes to deployed systems there was more focus on . CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of.


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Development of a hybrid expert system for medical diagnosis by Adrian Van der Vliet Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract This paper deals with a new methodology for the development of an expert system (ES) using a hybrid architecture. This architecture simplifies the knowledge acquisition phase, by providing some sort of learning corresponding to the training phase of the neural by: 1.

Abstract In this paper, we have developed a hybrid expert system prototype used for supporting diagnosis of heart diseases.

The system merges uncertainty management techniques and case-based. fuzzy logic to build expert systems for medical diagnosis of different ailment. Hybrid Expert System The Hybrid Expert System is multi-layer system that accelerates increase in performance by integrating the structures of Artificial Neural Networks and Fuzzy inference system into a single framework for solving complex problems.

Expert systems attempt to supply both knowledge and reasoning of human being. They are experts in only one field, topic and discipline, they can help solve only a narrowly defined problem through a keyboard, scanner etc and the computer responds with the answer and explanation based on the facts and the rules that have been extracted from human and expert and stored in the computer.

Expert system can be defined as a sophisicated software, which aids some expert and professional in various disciplines to carry out some vital functions. The use of expert system can be broadly applied in medical diagnosis and prescriptions.

Pople, H.E. CADUCEUS: An experimental expert system for medical diagnosis. In The AZ Business, P. Winston and K. Prendergast, Eds. MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., Describes the genesis of a medical diagnostic system that is based on the knowledge of one of the best internal medicine specialists in the United States.]] Google Scholar;   This paper presents a study related to the development of logical expert systems using artificial intelligence on the example of diagnosing leukemia.

For the development of the system, various approaches to the design of artificial intelligence systems and medical data used in the diagnosis of leukemia were applied. The first diagnostic expert systems for technical fault diagnosis were developed in the early ’s at MIT as is reported by Scherer and White ().

Since then numerous systems have been built. Surveys of the first diagnostic expert systems of technological processes are provided by Pau (), Tzafestas (), Scherer and White (). "This book is a tremendous asset for students and residents learning to develop their diagnostic skills.

It can also be useful as a refresher for established clinicians when the more common diagnoses are not the cause of a patient's complaints." ―Doody's Review.

An engaging case-based approach to learning the diagnostic process in internal Reviews: Laboratory Systems, and the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI). It is based on training sessions and modules provided by the CDC and WHO in more than 25 countries, and on guidelines for implementation of ISO in diagnostic laboratories, developed by CLSI.

WHO, the CDC and the CLSI would like to acknowledge with thanks all those. based expert system, fuzzy expert system, frame based expert system, and hybrid expert systems. Hybrid expert system is the combination of two or more types of intelligent systems. Prominently, there are two types in hybrid expert systems.

The first one is neural expert systems and the second one is neuro-fuzzy systems. Neural expert system. In this paper, a hybrid intelligent model, i.e., FMM-CART-RF, is developed to undertaking medical data classification problems.

The hybrid intelligent system possesses two important properties, i.e., incremental learning with high performance and rule extraction with justifiable predictions. Fig. 1 shows the procedure of FMM-CART-RF. The purpose of medical expert system is to support the diagnosis process of physicians.

It considers facts and symptoms to provide diagnosis. This implies that a medical expert system uses. In the task of diagnostic assistance, an expert system can help suggest likely diagnoses based on patient data, when a patient’s case is complex, rare or the clinician making the diagnosis is quite inexperienced in the given specialty.

Applications of Expert Systems in Medical Diagnoses. From the Publisher: The third edition of Peter Jackson's book, Introduction to Expert Systems, updates the technological base of expert systems research and embeds those results in the context of a wide variety of application areas.

The earlier chapters take a more practical approach to the basic topics than the previous editions, while the later chapters introduce new topic areas, such as. Holonic Diagnosis System for e-Health applications (Ulieru, ), is a synergy of Soft Computing – Internet – Multi Agent Systems in developing technologies for remote diagnosis, prediction and ubiquitous healthcare.

A medical holarchy is a system of collaborative medical entities (patients, physicians, medical devices, etc.) that work. MEDICAL EXPERT SYSTEM In the fig. 4 the simulation of medical expe A huge figure of expert systems is medical.

The chief aim of any medical expert system is identification and cure of diseases. A medical expert system is built up of programs and medical knowledge base. The information obtained from medical expert system is similar to the.

This article presents the development a Medical Expert System for the diagnosis and treatment Hypertension in Pregnancy to be used in the Reproductive Health Division at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital in Eldoret, Kenya.

An Expert System for Endocrine Diagnosis and. In this talk, we will present some development of expert system for decision-making in diagnosis and treatment in medicine. These systems guide the user to collect easily the patient information, based on those information points that can lead to a possible diagnose.

An expert system is made up of three parts: A user interface - This is the system that allows a non-expert user to query (question) the expert system, and to receive user-interface is designed to be a simple to use as possible.; A knowledge base - This is a collection of facts and knowledge base is created from information provided by human experts.

based medical information system. The development of Hybrid knowledge based medical information system needs the useful medical data. The useful medical data must be chosen carefully, studied and interpreted in a proper manner to develop knowledge based medical information system.

The .Expert System’s Cogito is the only Natural Language Understanding AI technology that provides a human-like understanding of the meaning of each word in a text.

Cogito leverages the deepest text analysis, starting from linguistics (morphological, grammatical and syntactical analysis) to semantics, including word disambiguation and an embedded.Towards this we present a hybrid technique that utilizes a nonlinear probabilistic relaxation method and an expert system for the medical interpretation problem.

In this research proposal we outline our preliminary work leading towards development of the proposed methodology and the remaining work needed to nd a)solution to the problem.