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|Title:||Temporal reasoning in blood gas diagnosis||Authors:||Yap, Wai Leng
|Issue Date:||Aug-1991||Citation:||Yap, Wai Leng, Pau, L.F. (1991-08). Temporal reasoning in blood gas diagnosis. Expert Systems 8 (3) : 159-170. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||The aim of this paper is to describe a system whereby an intensive care unit patient's condition can be monitored and assessed over time using mostly blood gas analysis data. The first six sections analyse some major temporal reasoning approaches (with limited examples from other related areas) with the aim of selecting one for the task at hand. The last sections describe the PONJIP temporal blood gas analysis expert system with its main components, including user interfaces customised to the doctor's requirements. Since the overall aim of this paper is to describe an expert system used for the evaluation of the possible contribution of temporal medical reasoning from blood gas data, research specific to other application areas or data will not be covered here.||Source Title:||Expert Systems||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/134139||ISSN:||02664720|
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