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With the help of two experts in gastrointestinal oncology from The Netherlands Cancer Institute, Antoni van Leeuwenhoekhuis, a decision-support system is being developed for patient-specific therapy selection for oesophageal cancer. The kernel of the system is a probabilistic network that...
A hybrid intelligent system is presented for the identification of microcalcification clusters in digital mammograms. The proposed method is based on a three-step procedure: (a) preprocessing and segmentation, (b) regions of interest (ROI) specification, and (c) feature extraction and...
Multiple sclerosis is a disease of unknown aetiology. Despite several advances in therapy in recent years, some problems such as the prognostic criteria are imperfectly understood. Several experimental trials of therapy in multiple sclerosis are in course in order to discover a successful...
This paper presents the optimal control of drug scheduling in cancer chemotherapy using a distributed evolutionary computing software. Unlike conventional methods that often require gradient information or hybridization of different approaches in drug scheduling, the proposed evolutionary...
The computerization of clinical practice guidelines is a significant scientific challenge for the medical informatics community. One frequently reported factor hindering this objective is the existence of deficiencies within guideline knowledge. In this paper, we focus on the detection of flaws...
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