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Algoritmi | User | Ana Cecília Sousa Rocha Coimbra

Ana Cecília Sousa Rocha Coimbra

Ana Cecília Sousa Rocha Coimbra

At Algoritmi

Research Collaborator with PhD

Member of the CST R&D Group

Member of the KEG R&D Lab

Academic Degree

PhD

Current Position

Other at Escola de Engenharia da Universidade do Minho

Personal Webpage

Personal Email

b7283@algoritmi.uminho.pt

Orcid

0000-0002-8997-6231

Researcher ID

FCT Public Key

J683958ywxsb

Ciência ID

Google Scholar

Improving Diagnosis-related Groups with a Computerized Clinical Coding Tool for ICD-9-CM Codification

2017 | conference-paper

Predicting the need of Neonatal Resuscitation using Data Mining

Procedia Computer Science

2017 | conference-paper

A multiplatform decision support tool in neonatology and pediatric care

Applying Business Intelligence to Clinical and Healthcare Organizations

2016 | book

Applying soft computing to clinical decision support

Applying Business Intelligence to Clinical and Healthcare Organizations

2016 | book

Prediction of length of hospital stay in preterm infants a case-based reasoning view

Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies

2016 | book

Step towards Multiplatform Framework for supporting Pediatric and Neonatology Care Unit decision process

Procedia Computer Science

2015 | conference-paper

Improving Diagnosis-related Groups with a Computerized Clinical Coding Tool for ICD-9-CM Codification

2017 | conference-paper

Predicting the need of Neonatal Resuscitation using Data Mining

Procedia Computer Science

2017 | conference-paper

A multiplatform decision support tool in neonatology and pediatric care

Applying Business Intelligence to Clinical and Healthcare Organizations

2016 | book

Applying soft computing to clinical decision support

Applying Business Intelligence to Clinical and Healthcare Organizations

2016 | book

Prediction of length of hospital stay in preterm infants a case-based reasoning view

Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies

2016 | book

Step towards Multiplatform Framework for supporting Pediatric and Neonatology Care Unit decision process

Procedia Computer Science

2015 | conference-paper