A multiple decision trees architecture for medical diagnosis: The differentiation of opening snap, second heart sound split and third heart sound
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KeywordsHeart sound diagnosis; Medical diagnosis; Decision trees; Decision support systems; Opening snap; 3rd heart sound; 2nd heart sound split;
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