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Inventory reference ISSN 1812-7231 Klin.inform.telemed. Volume 1, Issue 2, 2004, Pages 237-239


Author(s) Bekir Karlik и Yousif Al-Bastaki


Institution(s)

The College of Information Technology University of Bahrain


Article title Bad breathe diagnosis system using OMX-GR sensor and Neural Network for telemedicine


Abstract (resume)

In work the description of the developed telemedical system for diagnostics of diseases under the analysis of exhaled air — odors, vapors, and gases (on the example of a sugar diabetes). The system will consist of digital sensor OM". Results of the analysis will be transformed by the sensor to the digital form and with the help of telemetry are transferred in the removed computer which has the software on the basis of neural network. The computer is trained to distinguish various aromas and them to classify, that then is used for diagnostics of a pathology (sugar diabetes).


Keywords the sensor of the analysis of odors, a telemedicine, neural networks, computer diagnostic systems


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