3D++ Visualisation of MEBN Graphs and Screen Representations of Patient Models (PIXIE II)

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The aim of this study is to investigate modelling- and visualisation methods and tools for transparent, reproducible and comprehensible information management of patient probabilistic graphical models such as Multi-Entity Bayesian Networks (MEBN). In therapy planning environments, models provide the knowledge base to assist physicians in their decision making process and are typically at the heart of a networked information system. The topic of user interface design (UID) and specifically GUIs needs to be addressed in this context in a very creative manner, if the aim is to make complex models easier for the user to understand and to manage. As a basis for preparing a demonstration to show a proof of concept for the visualisation of MEBNs, the visualization tool called "ANTz" is being proposed here and used as the preferred visualisation tool.

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