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Title: Application of the Artificial Intelligence Algorithms with a Cognitive Graphic as a Tool for a System Analysis of Electrophysiological Processes
Authors: Dmitrieva, Nina
Keywords: Life and Medical Sciences
Computational Geometry
Object Modeling
Artificial Intelligence
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: Summarizing the accumulated experience for a long time in the polyparametric cognitive modeling of different physiological processes (electrocardiogram, electroencephalogram, electroreovasogram and others) and the development on this basis some diagnostics methods give ground for formulating a new methodology of the system analysis in biology. The gist of the methodology consists of parametrization of fractals of electrophysiological processes, matrix description of functional state of an object with a unified set of parameters, construction of the polyparametric cognitive geometric model with artificial intelligence algorithms. The geometry model enables to display the parameter relationships are adequate to requirements of the system approach. The objective character of the elements of the models and high degree of formalization which facilitate the use of the mathematical methods are advantages of these models. At the same time the geometric images are easily interpreted in physiological and clinical terms. The polyparametric modeling is an object oriented tool possessed advances functional facilities and some principal features.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/1108
ISSN: 1313-0455
Appears in Collections:Book 5 Intelligent Technologies and Applications

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