By Robert Bembenik, Łukasz Skonieczny, Henryk Rybiński, Marzena Kryszkiewicz, Marek Niezgódka
This publication is a variety of effects acquired inside 3 years of analysis played below SYNAT—a nation-wide medical venture aiming at growing an infrastructure for medical content material garage and sharing for academia, schooling and open wisdom society in Poland.
The e-book is meant to be the final of the sequence regarding the SYNAT venture. the former books, titled “Intelligent instruments for construction a systematic info Platform” and “Intelligent instruments for development a systematic details Platform: complicated Architectures and Solutions”, have been released as volumes 390 and 467 in Springer's stories in Computational Intelligence. Its contents is predicated at the SYNAT 2013 Workshop held in Warsaw. The papers incorporated during this quantity current an outline and perception into details retrieval, repository platforms, textual content processing, ontology-based structures, textual content mining, multimedia info processing and complicated software program engineering, addressing the issues of imposing clever instruments for construction a systematic details platform.
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The estimation of the distance between u and v by means of an additional reference vector is based on Lemma 2. The actual distance between the two vectors u and v is calculated only when none of reference vectors is sufficient to state that v 62 e-NBEuclidean D ðuÞ. Let us note that the presented method assumes that an object u for which we wish to find its e-neighborhood among vectors in a set D ordered with respect to vectors’ Euclidean distances to a reference vector r also belongs to D. The method, however, can be easily adapted in the case when u does not belong to D.
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