The multi-agent system for processing Bio-signals
will help the medical practitioners to have a standard examination
procedure stored in web server. Web Servers supporting any standard
Search Engine follow all possible combinations of the search
keywords as an input by the user to a Search Engine. As a result, a
huge number of Web-pages are shown in the Web browser. It also
helps the medical practitioner to interact with the expert in the field
his need in order to make a proper judgment in the diagnosis phase
.A web server uses a web server plug in to establish and
maintained the medical practitioner to make a fast analysis. If the
user uses the web server client can get a related data requesting their
search. DB agent, EEG / ECG / EMG agents- user placed with
difficult aspects for updating medical information-s in web server.
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