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A Case Study on Evolution of System Building Expertise: Medical Diagnosis

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This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction, Historical Perspective, Artificial Intelligence and Diagnostic Reasoning, Hypothetico-deductive nature of Diagnostic Process, Origins of Research in Medical Diagnosis at MIT, Limiting the Number of Active Hypotheses, Hierarchic Organization of Hypotheses, Diagnostic Reasoning using Multiple Hierarchies, Problems in Dealing with Multiple Disorders, Diagnosing Multiple Interacting Diseases, Organization of Medical Knowledge in ABEL, Composite Hypotheses, Diagnostic Problem Solving in ABEL, Where do we Stand?, Lessons from the field of AIM, Acknowledgments