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1 BIT - Beijing Institute of Technology 2 UOR - University of Reading 3 University of Jinan

Abstract : In order to enhance the quality of care, healthcare organisations are increasingly resorting to clinical decision support systems CDSSs, which provide physicians with appropriate health care decisions or recommendations. However, how to explicitly represent the diverse vague medical knowledge and effectively reason in the decision-making process are still problems we are confronted. In this paper, we incorporate semiotics into fuzzy logic to enhance CDSSs with the aim of providing both the abilities of describing medical domain concepts contextually and reasoning with vague knowledge. A semiotically inspired fuzzy CDSSs framework is presented, based on which the vague knowledge representation and reasoning process are demonstrated.

Keywords : Semiotics Fuzzy logic theory CDSSs Knowledge representation Knowledge reasoning





Author: Xiuxiu Chen - Huiying Gao - Kecheng Liu - Ying Zhang -

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