Expert systems, Advanced Statistics

The computer programs designed to mimic the role of the expert human consultant.

This type of systems are capable to cope with the complex problems of the medical decision making because of their ability to manipulate the symbolic rather than just the numeric information and their use of judgemental or heuristic knowledge to construct the intelligible solutions to diagnostic problems. Famous examples include the MYCIN system developed at the  Stanford University, and ABEL developed at the MIT.

 

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