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IEE Colloquium Intelligent Methods in Healthcare and Medical Applications

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  • Location: York, UK
  • Conference date: 20 Oct. 1998
  • Conference number: 1998/514
  • The following topics were dealt with: intelligent methods in health care and medical applications; multivariate aetiology of foot pathomechanics; intelligent anaesthesia control; fuzzy analysis of fuzzy images; clinical gait analysis; neural nets in magnetic resonance spectroscopy; 12 lead electrocardiogram classification; data mining in medical databases; tuberculosis diagnostic image processing and neural computing; self-learning fuzzy logic control of anaesthetic drug infusions; and computer-aided radiological system quality control

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  • The multivariate aetiology of foot pathomechanics
  • Computer-aided quality control of radiological systems
  • The application of intelligent building techniques to care service provision
  • Integrated data visualisation and classification using growing cell structure neural networks applied to the diagnosis of breast cancer
  • A system for neural networks detection and automatic identification of EEG epileptic events
  • Automatic mitotic index estimation for the prognostication of breast cancer from histology images
  • Robust ECG coding using wavelet analysis and higher-order statistics
  • Intelligent control of anaesthesia
  • Fuzzy analysis of fuzzy images
  • What is the role of intelligent methods in clinical gait analysis?
  • Neural networks in practice - an example from magnetic resonance spectroscopy
  • Classification of the 12-lead electrocardiogram employing a framework of bi-group neural networks
  • EasyMiner: data mining in medical databases
  • Image processing and neural computing used in the diagnosis of tuberculosis
  • Self-learning fuzzy logic control of anaesthetic drug infusions
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