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Fuzzy and Neuro-Fuzzy Systems in Medicineprovides a thorough review of state-of-the-art techniques and practices, defines and explains relevant problems, as well as provides solutions to these problems.After an introduction, the book progresses from one topic to another - with a linear development from fundamentals to applications.Chapters discuss:oa historical perspective of fuzzy systems technology and neuro-fuzzy systems technology in medicine and biologyothe relationship of fuzzy logic to the human brainoanalysis and classification of signals using fuzzy, neuro-fuzzy, and wavelet methodsowavelet analysis combined with neuro-fuzzy systems in contouring gated SPECT images of ventriclesoa detailed application based on a knowledge-based system that uses fuzzy techniques, multispectral analysis, and image processing algorithmsoapplications in the field of dentistryoa dedicated system for myocardial ischemia diagnosisoa typical expert system used in intensive care unitsodesigning and tuning fuzzy rules for medical diagnosisoknowledge processing, decision-making, and control strategies combined with control methods in medical equipmentocurrent technological problems and trends in the neural and fuzzy hardware implementation fieldThe well-balanced chapters cover all the major fields in medicine and biomedical engineering, including imaging, prosthetics, psychology, medical equipment, diagnosis, and treatment.
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