Soft computing agents for e-health applied to the research and control of unknown diseases
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This paper presents an Ontology-based Holonic Diagnostic System (OHDS) that combines the advantages of the holonic paradigm with multi-agent system technology and ontology design, for the organization of unstructured biomedical research into structured disease information. We use ontologies as 'brain' for the holonic diagnostic system to enhance its ability to structure information in a meaningful way and share information fast. To integrate dispersed heterogeneous knowledge available on the web we use a fuzzy mechanism ruled by intelligent agents, which automatically structures the information in the adequate ontology template. Our vision of how this system implementation should be backed by a solid security shield that ensures the privacy and safety of medical information concludes the paper.
Hadzic, Maja and Chang, Elizabeth and Ulieru, Mihaela (2006) Soft computing agents for e-health applied to the research and control of unknown diseases, Information Sciences 176:1190-1214.
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