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This paper formulates the necessary and necessary and sufficient conditions for satisfiability of the premises of the inductive inference rules in intelligent systems for analyzing medical data.
Different methods of JSM reasoning are considered: the simple agreement method, prohibition of (±) counterexamples, unique (+) cause, difference method, joint agreement and difference method, and method of residues. Formal descriptions of these methods and algorithmic interpretations are presented.
In this article we examined a model for designing query images in distributed Internet information systems. The research data on the boundaries of subject areas is also presented. The model can be used in preliminary assessment in document search processes in distributed Internet information...
This paper presents the results of computer experiments on fact bases of different subject fields, viz., pharmacology and medical diagnostics. The procedures of the JSM method for automatic hypothesis generation, including the simple similarity method, prohibition of (±)-contrary instances,...
Information analysis methods used in a procedure for forecasting the trends of international conflicts are considered.
The analysis and evaluation of output qualimeteric characteristics of individual components and entire systems are the basis for management of the components of a cinematic system. Based on the example of estimating the qualimeteric characteristics of various types of images we show that, along...
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