Diagnosis of aphasia using neural and fuzzy techniques

Jan Jantzen, H. Axer, D. Graf von Keyserlingk

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    Abstract

    The language disability Aphasia has several sub-diagnoses such as Amnestic, Broca, Global, and Wernicke. Data concerning 265 patients is available in the form of test scores and diagnoses, made by physicians according to the Aachen Aphasia Test. A neural network model has been built, which is available for consultation on the World Wide Web. The neural network model is in this paper compared with a fuzzy model. Rather than concluding which method provides the best approximation, the paper acts as an example solution useful for other benchmark studies.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProc. COIL 2000
    PublisherMIT GmbH, Promenade 9, D-52076 Aachen, Germany
    Publication date2000
    Pages124-132
    Publication statusPublished - 2000
    EventSymposium on Computational Intelligence and Learning, COIL 2000 - Chios, Greece
    Duration: 1 Jan 2000 → …

    Conference

    ConferenceSymposium on Computational Intelligence and Learning, COIL 2000
    CityChios, Greece
    Period01/01/2000 → …

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    Jantzen, J., Axer, H., & Keyserlingk, D. G. V. (2000). Diagnosis of aphasia using neural and fuzzy techniques. In Proc. COIL 2000 (pp. 124-132). MIT GmbH, Promenade 9, D-52076 Aachen, Germany.
    Jantzen, Jan ; Axer, H. ; Keyserlingk, D. Graf von. / Diagnosis of aphasia using neural and fuzzy techniques. Proc. COIL 2000. MIT GmbH, Promenade 9, D-52076 Aachen, Germany, 2000. pp. 124-132
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    Proc. COIL 2000. MIT GmbH, Promenade 9, D-52076 Aachen, Germany, 2000. p. 124-132.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingArticle in proceedingsResearchpeer-review

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