Agents and Healthcare: A Glance to the Future
The global expansion of information technologies in every sector and industry made the use of computers in Health-care increasingly common since long time ago. Recently new and innovative applications of information technologies in Healthcare are going up in several areas.
KeywordsAssistive Technology Clinical Decision Support System Agent Technology Clinical Information System Brain Tumor Diagnosis
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