A New Fuzzy Modelling Framework for Integrated Risk Prognosis and Therapy of Bladder Cancer Patients
Obajemu, O.; Mahfouf, M.; Catto, J.W.F.;
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
This paper presents a new fuzzy modelling approach for analysing censored survival data and finding risk groups of patients diagnosed with bladder cancer. The proposed framework involves a new procedure for integrating the frameworks of interval type-2 fuzzy logic and C... View more
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