Hyperthyroidism Diagnosis Supporting Using Imprecise Rules
A method of transforming a diagnostic pattern in hyperthyroidism, into “IF A THEN B” rules is presented. A representation of imprecision of some medical concepts and a scheme of reasoning using it are suggested. Examples of testing the model for patients’ data are given. Results of testing are summarized and conclusions are drawn.
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