Conceptual framework of a novel hybrid methodology between computational fluid dynamics and data mining techniques for medical dataset application
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This thesis proposes a novel hybrid methodology that couples computational fluid dynamic (CFD) and data mining (DM) techniques that is applied to a multi-dimensional medical dataset in order to study potential disease development statistically. This approach allows an alternate solution for the present tedious and rigorous CFD methodology being currently adopted to study the influence of geometric parameters on hemodynamics in the human abdominal aortic aneurysm. This approach is seen as a “marriage” between medicine and computer domains.