An Intelligent Cloud Service for Training Diagnostics Skills
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The general principles of the development and conceptual architecture of an intelligent system consisting of a computerized simulator for training medical students in the diagnostics of acute and chronic diseases are described. The general requirements for developing the simulator and its informational and programming components are also described.
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