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Principles of Biomedical Informatics   Ira J. Kalet

Principles of Biomedical Informatics

508 страниц. 2009 год.
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Biomedical informatics (BMI) is an extraordinarily broad discipline. In scale, it spans across genes, cells, tissues, organ systems, individual patients, populations, and the world's medical ecology. It ranges in methodology from hardcore mathematical modeling to descriptive observations that use "soft" methods such as those of sociology. It studies, models and designs data, processes, policies, organizations, and systems. No wonder it is difficult to find (or write) a text or reference book that encompasses the field. Yet BMI has become a discipline, gradually moving from a variety of ad hoc collections of interdisciplinary programs towards a more formally defined specialty, recognized both as a subspecialty option for many fields of medicine and as a concentration in engineering programs. What distinguishes this field is its focus on a fundamentally computational approach to biomedical problems. Of course, every field in today's age of information uses computation as a tool,...
 
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