Computers in Biology and Medicine V 4 I 2

Computers in Biology and Medicine
Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 133-236 (December 1974)

Innovation and creativeness in scientific research: My experiences in
developing computerized axial tomography
   Pages 133-136
   Robert S. Ledley

A truly three-dimensional vectorcardiographic display
   Original Research Article
   Pages 137-142,IN1-IN6,143-144
   V. Kalff, W.J. Perkins, D.J. Dewhurst, E.R. Trethewie

The ACTA-Scanner: The whole body computerized transaxial tomograph
   Original Research Article
   Pages 145-152,IN7-IN10,153-155
   R.S. Ledley, J.B. Wilson, T. Golab, L.S. Rotolo

Quantification of abnormal EEG spike characteristics
   Original Research Article
   Pages 157-163
   Periklis Y. Ktonas, Jack R. Smith

A model of human thermoregulation during water immersion
   Original Research Article
   Pages 165-182
   N.C. Miller, R.C. Seagrave

An application of cluster analysis to the construction of a diagnostic
classification
   Original Research Article
   Pages 183-188
   B.S. Duran, T.O. Lewis

A computer simulation model of a rubella epidemic
   Original Research Article
   Pages 189-198
   Joan S. Horwitz, Douglas C. Montgomery

A sleep information storage and retrieval system (SISAR)
   Original Research Article
   Pages 199-213
   Stanley Y.W. Su

Assisted recording of the medical history (ARM): A method of recording
the medical history during the interview
   Original Research Article
   Pages 215-222
   Steven S. Goldstein

A computerized data management system for a regional clinical virology
laboratory
   Original Research Article
   Pages 223-227
   R. Scott Dyer, Jeanne Lundy, Robert W. Chambers

Poetic bits and bytes
   Page 229

About the authors
   Pages 231-236