Cao Thang, Eric W. Cooper, Yukinobu Hoshino, Katsuari Kamei, and Nguyen Hoang Phuong
In this paper, we present a computing model for diagnosis and prescription in oriental medicine. Inputs to the model are severities of symptoms observed on patients and outputs from the model are a diagnosis of disease states and treatment herbal prescriptions. First, having used rule inference with a Gaussian distribution, the most serious disease state in which the patient appears to be infected is determined. Next, an herbal prescription written in suitable herbs with reasonable amounts for treating the infected disease state is given by RBF neural networks. Finally, we show some experiments and their evaluations, and then describe our future works.
Keywords: decision support system, oriental medicine, RBF neural networks