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Fuzzy Hybridization of "Artificial Neural Networks" (ANN) Based Signal and Image Processing Techniques: Application to Intelligent "Computer Aided Medical Diagnosis" (CAMD)

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4 Author(s)
Amine Chohra ; Intelligence in Instrumentation and Systems (I2S) Division of Images, Signals and Intelligent Systems Laboratory (LISSI), PARIS XII University, Senart Institute of Technology, Bât. A, Av. Pierre Point, F-77127 Lieusaint, France, ; Nadia Kanaoui ; Ve onique Amarger ; Kurosh Madani

In this paper, an automated fault diagnosis system essentially based on neural networks and fuzzy logic, in a hybrid scheme, is suggested. First, a signal classification and image classification, resulting in a signal diagnosis and image diagnosis respectively, are developed. Such dual-classification is then exploited in a fuzzy system 1 to ensure a satisfactory reliability to medical diagnosis and particularly for auditory pathologies. Second, this reliability is reinforced using the obtained diagnosis result with an auditory threshold parameter of patients exploited in a fuzzy system 2 in order to generate the decision-making of the final diagnosis result. Finally a discussion is given with regard to the suggested hybrid approach and the decision-making phase for an automated fault diagnosis system.

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2005 IEEE Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems: Technology and Applications

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5-7 Sept. 2005