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Data Mining in Medical and Biological Research

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Data Mining in Medical and Biological Research
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789537619305
Number of pages: 320

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This book intends to bring together the most recent advances and applications of data mining research in the promising areas of medicine and biology from around the world. It consists of seventeen chapters, twelve related to medical research and five focused on the biological domain, which describe interesting applications, motivating progress and worthwhile results.

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