Using Fuzzy Logic to Diagnose Blood Pressure

Date

2022-10-26

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Springer

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Book chapter

Peer reviewed

Yes

Abstract

This publication documents the research, creation, testing, and critical evaluation of a Fuzzy Inference System (FIS) used to return whether patients have a healthy blood pressure which may aid in prevention of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD). The system aforementioned will utilise public health statistics in order to attempt production of crisp values, those of which point to the likelihood of a patient’s blood pressure level. The FIS will take into account those who are aware of their blood pressure value but uncertain of what this means, providing the crisp output and being used to therefore aid them in future steps; and will also contain a more fuzzy logic-oriented calculation regarding the person’s lifestyle.

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Artificial Intelligence, Health Care

Citation

Mitchell, N., Mulholland, T., Khuman, A.S. (2022). Using Fuzzy Logic to Diagnose Blood Pressure. In: Chen, T., Carter, J., Mahmud, M., Khuman, A.S. (eds) Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare. Brain Informatics and Health. Springer, Singapore. pp. 231-247

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Institute of Artificial Intelligence (IAI)