State Chinese medicine theory based on the mathematical description TCM principles and modelling of complex human system Online publication date: Mon, 09-Nov-2020
by Jialin Song; Wenxue Hong; Cunguo Yu; Xiaoyun Wu; Jingbin Wang; Cunfang Zheng
International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology (IJCAT), Vol. 64, No. 1, 2020
Abstract: Based on the essence of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the theory of State Chinese Medicine (SCM) proposed and established profoundly reveals that Traditional Chinese Medicine is state medicine. SCM fully expresses the main characteristics of 'holistic concept' and 'syndrome differentiation and treatment' of TCM, which is the description of TCM theory under the vision of modern science. The establishment of SCM theory can make more non-TCM professionals understand TCM, master the core principles of TCM theory, and use modern science and technology to develop TCM to serve their own health and public health. It will promote the formalised mathematical description of the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, and promote the measurable, estimable, computable and quantifiable evaluation of human health states. It will be expected that a high degree of integration of modern science and technology with Traditional Chinese Medicine could be achieved, and make contributions to human health and the progress of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Online publication date: Mon, 09-Nov-2020
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