Transputers speed up medical diagnosis

Geake, Elisabeth
August 1991
New Scientist;8/24/91, Vol. 131 Issue 1783, p24
Reports on research groups' announcement of medical applications for computers fitted with transputers at the Transputer Applications `91 conference in Glasgow, Scotland. Jose Gonzalez and Jesus Lopez at the Polytechnic University of Madrid's development of a prototype computer system to diagnose skin diseases which produce blisters using a network of transputers.


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