Artificial Adaptive Systems in Medicine: New Theories and Models for New Applications

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Massimo Buscema, Enzo Grossi
Bentham Science Publishers, Jan 1, 2009 - Electronic books - 115 pages
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This Ebook covers the emerging and most important theories underlying artificial intelligence applications in a variety of medical problems. It is written for physicians, researchers, engineers, statisticians and advanced students who wish to increase their familiarity with different topics of modern mathematics related to predictive medicine. Both theoretical and applied aspects are presented in this book. Many illustrative mathematical explanations and worked-out examples are given. This book features contributions by nine noted experts from leading medical centers worldwide, which should prove to be of considerable interest to the readers.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER3
12
CHAPTER4
25
CHAPTER5
42
CHAPTER6
48
CHAPTER7
60
CHAPTER8
69
CHAPTER9
79
CHAPTER10
90
Index
114
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