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|Title: ||Clinical Practice Knowledge Acquisition and Interrogation using Natural Language|
|Other Titles: ||Aquisição e Interrogação de Conhecimento de Prática Clínica usando Linguagem Natural|
|Authors: ||Mendes, David|
|Advisors: ||Rodrigues, Irene Pimenta|
|Keywords: ||Knowledge Acquisition|
|Issue Date: ||3-Dec-2014|
|Publisher: ||Universidade de Évora|
|Citation: ||Mendes,D., Clinical Practice Knowledge Acquisition and Interrogation using Natural Language, PhD Thesis, University of Évora, 2014|
|Abstract: ||The scientific concepts, methodologies and tools in the Knowledge Representation (KR) sub-
domain of applied Artificial Intelligence (AI) came a long way with enormous strides in recent
years. The usage of domain conceptualizations that are Ontologies is now powerful enough to aim
at computable reasoning over complex realities.
One of the most challenging scientific and technical human endeavors is the daily Clinical Prac-
tice (CP) of Cardiovascular (CV) specialty healthcare providers.
Such a complex domain can benefit largely from the possibility of clinical reasoning aids that are now
at the edge of being available.
We research into a complete end-to-end solid ontological infrastructure for CP knowledge represen-
tation as well as the associated processes to automatically acquire knowledge from clinical texts and
reason over it.|
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