Refractive error correction


Ocular wavelength error is most commonly described polynomial. This work aimed to use artificial intelligence to predict subjective refraction from wavefront aberrometry data processed with a novel polynomial decomposition basis. AI can facilitate quantification of disease severitysurgical planning and longitudinal monitoring of treatment response.


  • Artificial Neural Network
  • Case based Fuzzy logic
  • Decision tree

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