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An investigation of differential skin colonization of neonates by staphylococci, using an artificial neural network-based system

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4 Author(s)
Cundell, D.R. ; Biol. Dept., Philadelphia Univ., PA, USA ; Sztandera, L.M. ; Arbeter, A. ; Morrone, J.M.

An intelligent system to examine the influence of the demographic variables of gender, blood type, and race on the distribution of skin staphylococci bacteria on neonates was designed. The system was based on a supervised neural network. Our study suggests that demographic variables are major factors influencing staphylococcal distribution

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Neural Networks, 2002. IJCNN '02. Proceedings of the 2002 International Joint Conference on  (Volume:1 )

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