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Modern Methods of Knowledge Engineering for the Development of Medical Information Systems

By A. -k. Kaeding, G. Funkat and V. Detschew

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Abstract: To avoid the problem of knowledge acquisition bottleneck a process oriented method for knowledge acquisition was developed. The approach is based on so called scenarios. A scenario describes a certain step within the decision process to be elicited from the medical expert. By using scenario techniques the knowledge engineer is able to represent the elicited knowledge in a way that give both experts control over the whole acquisition process

Topics: Key-Words, Knowledge Acquisition, Process, Model, Medicine
Year: 2014
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