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S-SoDiA: a semantic enabled social diagnosis advisor

Medical information systems have recently gained momentum as a proof-of-concept of the efficiency of new support-oriented technologies, in particular, semantic technologies. In principle, diagnosis or medicine advisory and recommendation can change the current biomedical IT landscape, providing intelligent reasoning and inference support. This paper presents S-SoDiA, a social diagnosis advisor based on semantics, which aims at bridging the gap between state of the art ad-hoc e-health applications and intelligent diagnosis decision support systems.

Keywords: light-weight ontology, semantic web, Web 20, Medicine 20, semantics, medical information systems, medical diagnosis, medical advice, biomedical IT, information technology, intelligent reasoning, inference support, social diagnosis advisor, ad-hoc e-health, electronic healthcare, intelligent diagnosis, decision support systems, DSS

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