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A multi-lingual architecture for building a normalised conceptual representation from medical language.

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The overall goal of MENELAS is to provide better access to the information contained in natural language patient discharge summaries (PDSs), through the design and implementation of a prototype able to analyse medical texts. The approach taken by MENELAS is based on the following key principles: (i) to maximise the usefulness of natural language analysis and the usability of its results, the output of natural language analysis must be a normalised conceptual representation of medical information; and (ii) to maximise the reuse of resources, language analysis should be domain-independent and conceptual representation should be language-independent. This paper discusses the results obtained and the issues raised when implementing these principles during the project.
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hal-02489208 , version 1 (24-02-2020)

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P Zweigenbaum, B Bachimont, J Bouaud, J Charlet, Jf Boisvieux. A multi-lingual architecture for building a normalised conceptual representation from medical language.. Proceedings. Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care, 1995, pp.357-61. ⟨hal-02489208⟩
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