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Volume & Issue no: Volume 6, Issue 11, November2017

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Title:
Intelligent Medicinal Prescription System for HIV/AIDS patients using Ayurveda Therapy: Working of inference engine of Oracle Policy Modeling and CORVID
Author Name:
Krantee M. Jamdaade, Dr. Seema U. Purohit
Abstract:
Abstract Development of an accurate Medicinal Prescription System is itself a challenge, since it is very difficult to incorporate the human perceptions, responses, and their cognitive abilities along with medical expertise into it. The proposed Medical Prescription System is designed for treatment of HIV/AIDS patients using Ayurveda Therapy. The step by step procedure of developing the Rule based System starts from selection of appropriate system building tool, knowledge base formation, and rule generation. The selection of system building tools often becomes domain specific and is dominated by the type of rules to be generated and the accuracy with which the interfaces are drawn. In this paper researchers have presented the outcomes of the detailed study of Rule based system tools and the parameters required for selecting appropriate tools. The detailed study of working of inference engine and Rule formation is shown using two expert system building tools. The comparison between CORVID and Oracle Policy Modeling (OPM) will help the developers for making the appropriate building tool selection. Keywords: Medicinal Prescription System, HIV/AIDS, Ayurveda, Building Tools, Inference Engine
Cite this article:
Krantee M. Jamdaade, Dr. Seema U. Purohit , " Intelligent Medicinal Prescription System for HIV/AIDS patients using Ayurveda Therapy: Working of inference engine of Oracle Policy Modeling and CORVID" , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 6, Issue 11, November2017 , pp. 024-032 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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