Volume 11, Number 31 (4-2008)                   jha 2008, 11(31): 27-38 | Back to browse issues page

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Rahman A, Setayeshi S, Shamsaei Zafargandi M. Health monitoring in artificial life on contagious diseases and pollutions. jha. 2008; 11 (31) :27-38
URL: http://jha.iums.ac.ir/article-1-382-en.html

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Introductions :Inherent human society and its complexities, in addition the possibility of trial in more social and health sciences, caused using of computerized simulations and artificial models in terms of necessary views that are exist in these types of sciences. to design these artificial models based on real environment and evaluation and recognition and then recalling the results, and using then in real environment to correct the complex behaviors, are a suit response to active the researchers is these era. ?! Present research have been done to achieve the suitable method to recognitions ,To correct complex behavior was an appropriate incentive to mobilize and activate research works. In this research we attempt to find a solving to identify and optimizing the process, in complex curative and health systems. Also some health monitoring models in artificial life in contagious diseases and pollutions have been provided.

Methods:This is a basic research, with simulation, and applied (originated from artificial intelligence) research. Its data is collected from field information, library study, and mathematical methods. Artificial community study( a computer laboratory) included intelligence mathematical factors and tools used for simulation (modeling) and analyzing is NetLog software.

Results:The result showed that pollution increase and dissemination, and lack of health care in the environment, cause welfare factors reductions and its continuity, cause gradual deaths of factors. Also lack of a right policy in treatment section could cause the outbreak of diseases and wasted the resources. Also the finding showed that factor modeling based in artificial life is an efficient method and problem solving approach in health systems.

Conclusions :Need to using the real models of exact models for artificial life, and developing them in terms of decision making, analyzing, and optimization of problems and health processes in real life, are required. In case, it could be a solution for some existed problems in health care system and it could be used to improvement and developing them.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2009/07/22

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