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Machine Learning Application in Gynecologic Cancer Prognosis

Submission deadline: 25 December 2023
Special Issue Editor
  • Michał Jasiński, PhD
    Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Wroclaw, Poland
    Interests: machine learning; deep learning; data mining; cancer prognosis
Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Cancer is recognized globally as an important public health problem. Unfortunately, gynecological cancers are also one of the main causes of female mortality in the world. Early identification of the prognosis of this disease is an important requirement in gynecological cancer care, as it can improve the subsequent clinical management of patients. Machine learning (ML) methods can be applied to support the prognostication of gynecologic cancer. The aim of this special issue is to present recent research on the development of predictive models that lead to more effective and accurate decision making. This can include work relating to the application of:

•    Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) for gynecologic cancer prognosis 
•    Bayesian Networks (BNs) for gynecologic cancer prognosis 
•    Support Vector Machines (SVMs) for gynecologic cancer prognosis
•    Decision Trees (DTs) for gynecologic cancer prognosis

Dr. Michał Jasiński

Guest Editor

gynecologic cancer prognosis
machine learning (ML)
artificial neural networks (ANNs)
bayesian networks (BNs)
support vector machines (SVMs)
decision trees (DTs)
Manuscript Submission Information

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