Presentation 2003/9/9
A Scenario Development on Hepatitis B and C
Yukio Ohsawa, Naoaki Okazaki, Naohiro Matsumura,
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Abstract(in English) Obtaining scenarios has been a major approach for decisions in domains where a sequence of events and actions in the future is significant Chance discovery, in which events with significance for making a decision, can be regarded as the emergence of a scenario, with extracting chances i.e. essential events in the turning points of valuable scenarios by means of the interaction with the environment. In this paper, we apply a method of chance discovery to the data of diagnosis of hepatitis patients, for obtaining scenarios of how the most essential symptoms appear in the patients of hepatitis of type B and C. In the process of discovery, the results are evaluated to be novel and potentially useful, under the mixture of objective facts and the subjective widening and narrowing of me surgeon's concerns.
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Keyword(in English) Scenario emergence / Hepatitis B and C / Chance discovery / Naohiro
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Conference Date 2003/9/9(1days)
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Title (in English) A Scenario Development on Hepatitis B and C
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Keyword(1) Scenario emergence
Keyword(2) Hepatitis B and C
Keyword(3) Chance discovery
Keyword(4) Naohiro
1st Author's Name Yukio Ohsawa
1st Author's Affiliation Graduate School of Business Sciences, University of Tsukuba()
2nd Author's Name Naoaki Okazaki
2nd Author's Affiliation Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo /
3rd Author's Name Naohiro Matsumura
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Date 2003/9/9
Paper # AI2003-61
Volume (vol) vol.103
Number (no) 306
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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