Monitoring in the Healthcare Setting
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SubjectInformation storage and retrieval; Data mining and knowledge discovery; Health informatics; Mathematical logic and formal languages; Information systems applications (incl. Internet); Artificial intelligence (incl. Robotics)
Monitoring is an activity in which a running system is observed, so as to become aware of its state. The fact that the system is observed makes monitoring complementary to approaches like formal verification and validation, which are tailored to assess the quality and trustworthiness of the system before the execution.
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