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FCIG Grammar Evaluation: A Usability Assessment of Clinical Guideline Modelling Constructs

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FCIG Grammar Evaluation: A Usability Assessment of Clinical Guideline Modelling Constructs. / Msosa, Yamiko Joseph.

IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications. IEEE Xplore, 2019.

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Harvard

Msosa, YJ 2019, FCIG Grammar Evaluation: A Usability Assessment of Clinical Guideline Modelling Constructs. in IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications. IEEE Xplore, IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications, Barcelona, Spain, 30/06/2019.

APA

Msosa, Y. J. (2019). FCIG Grammar Evaluation: A Usability Assessment of Clinical Guideline Modelling Constructs. In IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications IEEE Xplore.

Vancouver

Msosa YJ. FCIG Grammar Evaluation: A Usability Assessment of Clinical Guideline Modelling Constructs. In IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications. IEEE Xplore. 2019

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Msosa, Yamiko Joseph. / FCIG Grammar Evaluation: A Usability Assessment of Clinical Guideline Modelling Constructs. IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications. IEEE Xplore, 2019.

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