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Results of the operation of the computer intelligent JSM system for predicting postoperative complications are described. The task of predicting complications after abdominal operations (stomach cancer, colon cancer, etc.) has been set by the Blokhin Center for Cancer Research of the Russian...
A method for extracting terms from technical texts based on a new terminology measure is described. Morphological constraints are used to select term candidates. The results of experiments based on a corpus of texts in the area of computer-aided design systems and computer graphics are described.
A definition of the correctness of JSM reasonings for different methods and strategies is considered. It is shown that the extension lattice of methods with the relation of order by embedding sets of hypotheses induces an isomorphic lattice of uniform strategies in which the relation of order is...
This paper describes a method for automatic text classification based on analysing the deviation of the word distribution from Zipf’s law, combined with the zonal data-processing approach. Deviation is understood as the difference between the actual numerical score of a word and its score...
This paper tackles an important social and psychological problem that is a consequence of modern scientific and technological progress in cyberspace. This problem has so far received limited coverage in the national press. The negative effects and types of pathological activity that are...
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