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Pattern-analysis and statistical estimation have been used to investigate retrospectively the features of a wild-life epizootic in a 133 km × 133 km study area during 1963–1970. Some terrain-dependency of case-occurrence rates was confirmed and the propagation process was shown to be...
More than 1200 patients per year are treated in the Radiation therapy department of the ‘Centre René Huguenin'. A harmonious distribution of patients between therapists must ensure some freedom in the choice patient-therapist, balance the work load of each therapist and take into account the...
The structure and conceptual organization of several medical vocabularies and classification systems are outlined. Some contributions which linguistics and informatics could make toward the development of medical vocabularies are considered. La structure et l'organisation conceptuelle de...
The advantages and difficulties in the use of existing medical thesauri are discussed. The best solution seems to be a thesaurus with a separate identification system and a distinct search structure. The detailed description of diagnoses must decrease with their frequency, i.e. the more frequent...
This paper describes the transition from use of a shared, medium-scale computer for research, patient care, and financial computing for a small hospital to an in-house ‘mini' computer. The advantages and disadvantages of a variety of alternative solutions for computer processing are discussed....
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