@misc{cogprints6837, month = {December}, title = {Identifying ILI Cases from Chief Complaints: Comparing the Accuracy of Keyword and Support Vector Machine Methods}, author = {Darrell Ferguson and Norman G. Vinson and Jason Morin and Joel Martin and Susan McClinton and Richard Davies}, year = {2009}, note = {conversation w/ editor regarding original rejection. Editor says resubmit. On Wed, 21 Jul 2010, norm.vinson@gmail.com wrote: Isn't text mining and machine learning part of AI; isn't AI cog science ? Please explain how machine learning is not part of cognitive science. Yes it is. Please go ahead and re-deposit. Apologies, SH}, keywords = {text mining, keywords, support vector machine, syndromic surveillance}, url = {http://cogprints.org/6837/}, abstract = {We compared the accuracy of two methods of identifying ILI cases from chief complaints. We found that a support vector machine method was more accurate than a keyword method.} }