A Novel Interval Three-Way Concept Lattice Model with Its Application in Medical Diagnosis
AbstractMedical diagnosis has been recognized as one of the key processes in clinical medicine, which determines diseases from some given symptoms. Nonetheless, previous works about medical diagnosis have some drawbacks because medical data are usually fuzzy, uncertain, incomplete and imprecise. To achieve the optimal medical diagnosis decision by reducing cost and enhancing accuracy, this paper develops a new method named interval three-way concept lattice model. Firstly, we redefine the decision rules and metric function of three-way decision based on interval concept lattice. Secondly, we build a visualized hierarchical structure of relationship between concepts through interval concept construction algorithm which helps us to make decision preferably and clearly. Finally, we establish a dynamic strategy optimization model for medical diagnosis decision making. In addition, a medical case demonstrates the effectiveness and feasibility of this proposed model. View Full-Text
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Hu, J.; Chen, D.; Liang, P. A Novel Interval Three-Way Concept Lattice Model with Its Application in Medical Diagnosis. Mathematics 2019, 7, 103.
Hu J, Chen D, Liang P. A Novel Interval Three-Way Concept Lattice Model with Its Application in Medical Diagnosis. Mathematics. 2019; 7(1):103.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hu, Junhua; Chen, Dan; Liang, Pei. 2019. "A Novel Interval Three-Way Concept Lattice Model with Its Application in Medical Diagnosis." Mathematics 7, no. 1: 103.
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