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An Integrated Workstation for Research on the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.

Nicolosi, A.; Attolini, M.; Varesco, P.; Sicurello, F.; Pizzi, R.; Antoni, G.D.

In: Barber, B.; et al.: MEDINFO 89. Proceedings of the Sixth Conference on Medical Informatics, 1989, Beijing, China and Singapore, pages 577-581. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: North-Holland, 1989.

Abstract: A workstation oriented to AIDS research is described. The formalism used to represent the knowledge network was the Petri net. The knowledge base contains clinical, epidemiologic, immunologic, virologic, bibliographic data and text (articles, documents). The workstation utilizes advanced methods (semantic nets, hypertext), in order to allow the user to explore available knowledge and to produce advances in knowledge through inference and information interaction.

Keywords: medicine; semantic net; hypertext; AIDS.

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