Looking for AI/RHEUM

Mohiddin sayyad at cs.qmw.ac.uk
Fri Apr 12 04:48:04 EST 1991

 In early 80's K.P Adlassnig developed a CADIAG-2/RHEUMA using
fuzzy logic. Authors claim there is 94.5% success rate with
their system in diagnosing Rheumatoid, gout, Bechterew's,
Sjogren's disease, systemic lupus erythematous, Rieter's
disease etc.,  The above is from reference

"Fuzzy set theory in medical diagnosis", KPA, IEEE Tr. Systems,
man and Cybernetics, Vol 16/2 Mar/April 1986.

 Recently John Yen (while he was at Univ. of California, Berkeley)
built a system with CADIAG-2's data and it is called GERTIS
(based on Evidential reasoning). JY claims (I not sure where I read)
it became a commercial product.

JY is now with Texas A&M Univ., College Station, TX 77843.


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