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*2009
54EECarlo Combi, Yuval Shahar, Ameen Abu-Hanna: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, 12th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, AIME 2009, Verona, Italy, July 18-22, 2009. Proceedings AIME 2009
53EERobert Moskovitch, Yuval Shahar: Vaidurya: A multiple-ontology, concept-based, context-sensitive clinical-guideline search engine. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 42(1): 11-21 (2009)
52EEEfrat German, Akiva Leibowitz, Yuval Shahar: An architecture for linking medical decision-support applications to clinical databases and its evaluation. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 42(2): 203-218 (2009)
51EEItay Segal, Yuval Shahar: A distributed system for support and explanation of shared decision-making in the prenatal testing domain. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 42(2): 272-286 (2009)
2008
50EEAvner Hatsek, Yuval Shahar, Meirav Taieb-Maimon, Erez Shalom, Adit Dubi-Sobol, Guy Bar, Arie Koyfman, Eitan Lunenfeld: A Methodological Specification of a Guideline for Diagnosis and Management of PreEclampsia. K4HelP 2008: 123-133
49EEErez Shalom, Yuval Shahar, Meirav Taieb-Maimon, Guy Bar, Susana B. Martins, Ohad Young, Laszlo T. Vaszar, Yair Liel, Avi Yarkoni, Mary K. Goldstein, Akiva Leibowitz, Tal Marom, Eitan Lunenfeld: Can Physicians Structure Clinical Guidelines? Experiments with a Mark-Up-Process Methodology. K4HelP 2008: 67-80
48EESusana B. Martins, Yuval Shahar, Dina Goren-Bar, Maya Galperin, Herbert Kaizer, Lawrence V. Basso, Deborah McNaughton, Mary K. Goldstein: Evaluation of an architecture for intelligent query and exploration of time-oriented clinical data. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 43(1): 17-34 (2008)
47EEAlex Spokoiny, Yuval Shahar: Incremental application of knowledge to continuously arriving time-oriented data. J. Intell. Inf. Syst. 31(1): 1-33 (2008)
46EEErez Shalom, Yuval Shahar, Meirav Taieb-Maimon, Guy Bar, Avi Yarkoni, Ohad Young, Susana B. Martins, Laszlo T. Vaszar, Mary K. Goldstein, Yair Liel, Akiva Leibowitz, Tal Marom, Eitan Lunenfeld: A quantitative assessment of a methodology for collaborative specification and evaluation of clinical guidelines. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 41(6): 889-903 (2008)
2007
45EERobert Moskovitch, Ido Gus, Shay Pluderman, Dima Stopel, Clint Feher, Chanan Glezer, Yuval Shahar, Yuval Elovici: Detection of Unknown Computer Worms Activity Based on Computer Behavior using Data Mining. CIDM 2007: 202-209
44EERobert Moskovitch, Shay Pluderman, Ido Gus, Dima Stopel, Clint Feher, Yisrael Parmet, Yuval Shahar, Yuval Elovici: Host Based Intrusion Detection using Machine Learning. ISI 2007: 107-114
43EEAsaf Shabtai, Maor Atlas, Yuval Shahar, Yuval Elovici: Evaluation of a temporal-abstraction knowledge acquisition tool in the network security domain. K-CAP 2007: 7-14
42EEDenis Klimov, Yuval Shahar: Intelligent Querying and Exploration of Multiple Time-Oriented Medical Records. MedInfo 2007: 1314-1318
41EERobert Moskovitch, Roee Sa'adon, Eytan Behiri, Susana B. Martins, Aviram Weiss, Yuval Shahar: Experiments with Hierarchical Concept-Based Search. MedInfo 2007: 422-426
40EEAlex Spokoiny, Yuval Shahar: An active database architecture for knowledge-based incremental abstraction of complex concepts from continuously arriving time-oriented raw data. J. Intell. Inf. Syst. 28(3): 199-231 (2007)
39EEOhad Young, Yuval Shahar, Yair Liel, Eitan Lunenfeld, Guy Bar, Erez Shalom, Susana B. Martins, Laszlo T. Vaszar, Tal Marom, Mary K. Goldstein: Runtime application of Hybrid-Asbru clinical guidelines. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 40(5): 507-526 (2007)
2006
38EEDima Stopel, Zvi Boger, Robert Moskovitch, Yuval Shahar, Yuval Elovici: Application of Artificial Neural Networks Techniques to Computer Worm Detection. IJCNN 2006: 2362-2369
37EEAsaf Shabtai, Denis Klimov, Yuval Shahar, Yuval Elovici: An intelligent, interactive tool for exploration and visualization of time-oriented security data. VizSEC 2006: 15-22
36EERobert Moskovitch, Shiva Cohen-Kashi, Uzi Dror, Iftah Levy, Amit Maimon, Yuval Shahar: Multiple hierarchical classification of free-text clinical guidelines. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 37(3): 177-190 (2006)
35EEYuval Shahar, Dina Goren-Bar, David Boaz, Gil Tahan: Distributed, intelligent, interactive visualization and exploration of time-oriented clinical data and their abstractions. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 38(2): 115-135 (2006)
2005
34EEOhad Young, Yuval Shahar: The Spock System: Developing a Runtime Application Engine for Hybrid-Asbru Guidelines. AIME 2005: 166-170
33EEMichael Ramati, Yuval Shahar: Probabilistic Abstraction of Multiple Longitudinal Electronic Medical Records. AIME 2005: 43-47
32EEMichael Ramati, Yuval Shahar: Probabilistic Abstraction of Uncertain Temporal Data for Multiple Subjects. SARA 2005: 305-312
31EEDavid Boaz, Yuval Shahar: A framework for distributed mediation of temporal-abstraction queries to clinical databases. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 34(1): 3-24 (2005)
2004
30EEDina Goren-Bar, Yuval Shahar, Maya Galperin-Aizenberg, David Boaz, Gil Tahan: KNAVE II: the definition and implementation of an intelligent tool for visualization and exploration of time-oriented clinical data. AVI 2004: 171-174
29EEYuval Shahar, Ohad Young, Erez Shalom, Maya Galperin, Alon Mayaffit, Robert Moskovitch, Alon Hessing: A framework for a distributed, hybrid, multiple-ontology clinical-guideline library, and automated guideline-support tools. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 37(5): 325-344 (2004)
2003
28EEYuval Shahar, Ohad Young, Erez Shalom, Alon Mayaffit, Robert Moskovitch, Alon Hessing, Maya Galperin: DEGEL: A Hybrid, Multiple-Ontology Framework for Specification and Retrieval of Clinical Guidelines. AIME 2003: 122-131
27EEDavid Boaz, Yuval Shahar: Idan: A Distributed Temporal-Abstraction Mediator for Medical Databases. AIME 2003: 21-30
26EEMira Balaban, David Boaz, Yuval Shahar: Analysis of Temporal Abstraction in Medical Databases. KRDB 2003
2000
25 Shubha Chakravarty, Yuval Shahar: CAPSUL: A constraint-based specification of repeating patterns in time-oriented data. Ann. Math. Artif. Intell. 30(1-4): 3-22 (2000)
24 Yuval Shahar, Cleve Cheng: Model-Based Visualization of Temporal Abstractions. Computational Intelligence 16(2): 279-306 (2000)
1999
23 Werner Horn, Yuval Shahar, Gregor Lindberg, Steen Andreassen, Jeremy C. Wyatt: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine. Joint European Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Medical Decision Making, AIMDM'99, Aalborg, Denmark, June 1999, Proceedings Springer 1999
22EEYuval Shahar: Timing Is Everything: Temporal Reasoning and Temporal Data Maintenance in Medicine. AIMDM 1999: 30-46
21EEYuval Shahar, Cleve Cheng: Intelligent Visualization and Exploration of Time-Oriented Clinical Data. HICSS 1999
20EEShubha Chakravarty, Yuval Shahar: A Constraint-Based Specification of Periodic Patterns in Time-Oriented Data. TIME 1999: 29-40
19 Diane E. Oliver, Yuval Shahar, Edward H. Shortliffe, Mark A. Musen: Representation of change in controlled medical terminologies. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 15(1): 53-76 (1999)
18 Yuval Shahar: Knowledge-based temporal interpolation. J. Exp. Theor. Artif. Intell. 11(1): 123-144 (1999)
17 John H. Nguyen, Yuval Shahar, Samson W. Tu, Amar K. Das, Mark A. Musen: Integration of Temporal Reasoning and Temporal-Data Maintenance into a Reusable Database Mediator to Answer Abstract, Time-Oriented Queries: The Tzolkin System. J. Intell. Inf. Syst. 13(1-2): 121-145 (1999)
16 Yuval Shahar, Carlo Combi: Editors' Foreword: Intelligent Temporal Information Systems in Medicine. J. Intell. Inf. Syst. 13(1-2): 5-8 (1999)
1998
15 Silvia Miksch, Robert Kosara, Yuval Shahar, Peter Johnson: AsbruView: Visualization of Time-Oriented, Skeletal Plans. AIPS 1998: 11-18
14EEYuval Shahar, Cleve Cheng: Model-Based Visualization of Temporal Abstractions. TIME 1998: 11-20
13EEUrszula Chajewska, Lise Getoor, Joseph Norman, Yuval Shahar: Utility Elicitation as a Classification Problem. UAI 1998: 79-88
12 Yuval Shahar: Dynamic Temporal Interpretation Contexts for Temporal Abstraction. Ann. Math. Artif. Intell. 22(1-2): 159-192 (1998)
11 Yuval Shahar, Silvia Miksch, Peter Johnson: The Asgaard project: a task-specific framework for the application and critiquing of time-oriented clinical guidelines. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 14(1-2): 29-51 (1998)
1997
10 Yuval Shahar, Silvia Miksch, Peter Johnson: A Task-Specific Ontology for the Application and Critiquing of Time-Oriented Clinical Guidelines. AIME 1997: 51-61
9 Silvia Miksch, Yuval Shahar, Werner Horn, Christian Popow, Franz Paky, Peter Johnson: Time-Oriented Skeletal Plans: Support to Design and Execution. ECP 1997: 299-311
8EEYuval Shahar: Knowledge-Based Temporal Interpolation. TIME 1997: 102-111
7EEYuval Shahar: A Framework for Knowledge-Based Temporal Abstraction. Artif. Intell. 90(1-2): 79-133 (1997)
6 Silvia Miksch, Yuval Shahar, Peter Johnson: Medizinische Leitlinien und Protokolle: das Asgaard/Asbru-Projekt. KI 11(3): 34-37 (1997)
1996
5 Yuval Shahar: Dynamic Temporal Interpretation Contexts for Temporal Abstraction. TIME 1996
4 Yuval Shahar, Mark A. Musen: Knowledge-based temporal abstraction in clinical domains. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 8(3): 267-298 (1996)
1995
3 Mark A. Musen, Samson W. Tu, Amar K. Das, Yuval Shahar: A Component-Based Architecture for Automation of Protocol-Directed Therapy. AIME 1995: 3-13
2EEHenrik Eriksson, Yuval Shahar, Samson W. Tu, Angel R. Puerta, Mark A. Musen: Task Modeling with Reusable Problem-Solving Methods. Artif. Intell. 79(2): 293-326 (1995)
1 Samson W. Tu, Henrik Eriksson, John H. Gennari, Yuval Shahar, Mark A. Musen: Ontology-based configuration of problem-solving methods and generation of knowledge-acquisition tools: application of PROTEGE-II to protocol-based decision support. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 7(3): 257-289 (1995)

Coauthor Index

1Ameen Abu-Hanna [54]
2Steen Andreassen [23]
3Maor Atlas [43]
4Mira Balaban [26]
5Guy Bar [39] [46] [49] [50]
6Lawrence V. Basso [48]
7Eytan Behiri [41]
8David Boaz [26] [27] [30] [31] [35]
9Zvi Boger [38]
10Urszula Chajewska [13]
11Shubha Chakravarty [20] [25]
12Cleve Cheng [14] [21] [24]
13Shiva Cohen-Kashi [36]
14Carlo Combi [16] [54]
15Amar K. Das [3] [17]
16Uzi Dror [36]
17Adit Dubi-Sobol [50]
18Yuval Elovici [37] [38] [43] [44] [45]
19Henrik Eriksson [1] [2]
20Clint Feher [44] [45]
21Maya Galperin [28] [29] [48]
22Maya Galperin-Aizenberg [30]
23John H. Gennari [1]
24Efrat German [52]
25Lise Getoor [13]
26Chanan Glezer [45]
27Mary K. Goldstein [39] [46] [48] [49]
28Dina Goren-Bar [30] [35] [48]
29Ido Gus [44] [45]
30Avner Hatsek [50]
31Alon Hessing [28] [29]
32Werner Horn [9] [23]
33Peter Johnson [6] [9] [10] [11] [15]
34Herbert Kaizer [48]
35Denis Klimov [37] [42]
36Robert Kosara [15]
37Arie Koyfman [50]
38Akiva Leibowitz [46] [49] [52]
39Iftah Levy [36]
40Yair Liel [39] [46] [49]
41Gregor Lindberg [23]
42Eitan Lunenfeld [39] [46] [49] [50]
43Amit Maimon [36]
44Tal Marom [39] [46] [49]
45Susana B. Martins [39] [41] [46] [48] [49]
46Alon Mayaffit [28] [29]
47Deborah McNaughton [48]
48Silvia Miksch [6] [9] [10] [11] [15]
49Robert Moskovitch [28] [29] [36] [38] [41] [44] [45] [53]
50Mark A. Musen [1] [2] [3] [4] [17] [19]
51John H. Nguyen [17]
52Joseph Norman [13]
53Diane E. Oliver [19]
54Franz Paky [9]
55Yisrael Parmet [44]
56Shay Pluderman [44] [45]
57Christian Popow [9]
58Angel R. Puerta [2]
59Michael Ramati [32] [33]
60Roee Sa'adon [41]
61Itay Segal [51]
62Asaf Shabtai [37] [43]
63Erez Shalom [28] [29] [39] [46] [49] [50]
64Edward H. Shortliffe [19]
65Alex Spokoiny [40] [47]
66Dima Stopel [38] [44] [45]
67Gil Tahan [30] [35]
68Meirav Taieb-Maimon [46] [49] [50]
69Samson W. Tu [1] [2] [3] [17]
70Laszlo T. Vaszar [39] [46] [49]
71Aviram Weiss [41]
72Jeremy C. Wyatt [23]
73Avi Yarkoni [46] [49]
74Ohad Young [28] [29] [34] [39] [46] [49]

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