Decision Support System In Heart Disease Diagnosis By Case Based Recommendation
Index Terms: Case Based Reasoning, Case Based Recommendation, Image Processing, Knowledge Base, Neural Network, Retain, Retrieve, Reuse, Revise.
Abstract: Heart disease is the main leading killer as well as a major cause of disability. Its timely detection and correct diagnosis plays a vital role in human life. In a limited period of time recalling the data from Doctor's unaided memory may lead to wrong judgments. While taking decisions, Doctor analyses the physical condition and test results of the patient. In the same way our system compares the data provided to Doctor and getting a result through CBR technique. Results from the system will help the Doctor to conclude the decision and reduce human errors may occur. Our system is able to analyze scanned results of heart and being a helping hand to the doctor in all manners.
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