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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Informática Agropecuária - Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2007
Type of Material: Artigo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Authors: MASSRUHA, S. M. F. S.
DUTRA, J. P.
CRUZ, S. A. B. da
SANDRI, S.
WAINER, J.
MORANDI, M. A. B.
Additional Information: SILVIA MARIA FONSECA SILVEIRA MASSRUHÁ, CNPTIA; JULIANO PASTORELLI DUTRA, Brainweb Tecnologia, Campinas, SP; SERGIO APARECIDO BRAGA DA CRUZ, CNPTIA; SANDRA SANDRI, Institut d'Investigación en Intelligéncia Artificial, Belaterra Spain; JACQUES WAINER, IC/Unicamp; MARCELO AUGUSTO BOECHAT MORANDI, CNPMA.
Title: An object-oriented framework for virtual diagnosis.
Publisher: In: BIENNIAL CONFERENCE OF EUROPEAN FEDERATION OF IT IN AGRICULTURE, 6., 2007, Glasgow. Environmental and Rural Sustainability through ICT: Proceedings. Glasgow: Glasgow Caledonian University, 2007.
Pages: 6 p.
Language: en
Notes: EFITA/WCCA 2007.
Keywords: Diagnose
Lógica difusa
Aplicação web
Diagnosis
Abductive inference
Web application
Description: This paper presents an object-oriented approach to support, on the web, an integrated framework for diagnosis, investigation and treatment of disorders (diseases, computer faults, etc). In this framework, called Fuzzy Covering Theory (FCT), the knowledge is basically modeled through causal associations between objects and inference is abductive. In this new approach, it was necessary to specify the classes model using object - oriented methodology and the knowledge base model that was a flat file in Prolog. These models are discussed in this paper as well as the advantages and limitations of this new approach.
Thesagro: Diagnóstico
NAL Thesaurus: Fuzzy logic
Data Created: 2007-08-23
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