[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: The development of efficient and flexible agent-based medical diagnosis systems represents a recent research direction. Medical multiagent systems may improve the efficiency of traditionally developed medical computational systems, like the medical expert systems. In our previous researches, a novel cooperative medical diagnosis multiagent system called CMDS (Contract Net Based Medical Diagnosis System) was proposed. CMDS system can solve flexibly a large variety of medical diagnosis problems. This paper analyses the increased intelligence of the CMDS system, which motivates its use for different medical problem’s solving.
Brain. Broad Research in Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience. 01/2010;
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Information era has observed an incredible flare-up of a drift similar to a typhoon of modus operandi for Agent Based Secure Intelligent Decision Systems. Hence forth we are stressed to develop machineries for the betterment of these systems. In this work, with the intent of shoring up, a novel architecture framework is proposed, for devising, building up and improving the quality of healthcare in many ways. The work starts with a survey of the current research, in order to first determine the current state of research in the area, second to help derive the key features and problems with these systems in the medical industry, and thirdly to use these key features and problems to explain how the current research would effect the development of a secure intensive care unit in this regard. The proposed solution will asphalt way for investigation track and toil well.
International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology. 01/2010;
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Agent technology has emerged as a promising technology to develop complex and distributed systems. They have been extensively
applied in a wide range of healthcare areas in the last 10 years. This chapter introduces the basic aspects and properties
of agents and multi-agent systems and argues their adequacy to solve different kinds of problems in healthcare. It also describes
several healthcare areas in which this technology has been successfully applied, introducing, in each case, some of the most
relevant works. The explanation is illustrated with a more detailed description of two agent-based healthcare applications
in which the authors have been involved. One of them automates the enactment of clinical guidelines by coordinating several
healthcare entities of a medical organization. The other is a Web-based knowledge-driven platform that supports the execution
of personalized Home Care services. The benefits that agent technology brings to those approaches are commented and several
lines of future research are enounced.
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