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-Number of studies from 2009 to 2019.

-Number of studies from 2009 to 2019.

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This dissertation presents research on the construction of predictive models for health conditions through the application of Artificial Intelligence methods. The work is thus focused on the prediction, in the short and long term, of Atrial Fibrillation conditions through the analysis of Electrocardiography exams, with the use of several techniques...

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... the review of the title and abstract and following the inclusion and exclusion criteria presented in Table 1, 293 records were excluded; 82 full-text publications were assessed for eligibility and after full-text review, of which 72 records were excluded (Fig. 2). The excluded records can be described as follows. Sixty-four studies reported research related to AF, but there was no prediction of AF during its execution. Two studies could not be fully read because the authors of this systematic literature review were not able to obtain the full ...
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... all approaches, all the input data had the same image size of 496 by 369, and all were trained and tested 10 times with a batch size of 130 and 100 fixed epochs. The obtained results are described in Section 5. A diagram of the network used in all the three approaches is presented by Fig. 19 for the SPSA and by Fig. 20 for both the SPHA and ...
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... the remaining 10 records, reference tracking was performed, and two studies were added, totalizing 12 studies to be included for the data extraction and the qualitative synthesis stage. The flow diagram of the identification and inclusion of articles is shown in Figure 2. ...
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... goal of the presented study is to develop an effective and easy to implement a method for the prediction of the onset of PAF. Fig. 2 shows the block diagram of the proposed ...

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