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We survey the progress in the analysis of gene expression data for the purposes of disease subtype diagnosis, new subtype discovery, and understanding of diseases and treatment responses. We find existing works fall short on several issues: these works provide little information on the interplay...
This paper presents an interdisciplinary collaborative research project between the Epidemiology Department and the Computer Science Department for using data mining technique to analyze data from pregnant women. Specifically, the authors use association rule mining approach to derive possible...
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This report presents a review of the 5th International Workshop on Knowledge Discovery in Inductive Databases (KDID'06), which was organized by the authors and held in Berlin, Germany, on September 18, 2006, in conjunction with ECML/PKDD'06, the 17th European Conference on Machine Learning and...
We present a unifying view of temporal concepts and data models in order to categorize existing approaches for unsupervised pattern mining from symbolic temporal data. In particular we distinguish time point-based methods and interval-based methods as well as univariate and multivariate methods....
Biological videos are very different from conventional videos. Automatic spatiotemporal mining of moving cells from in vivo microscopy videos is extremely difficult because of the severe noises, camera/subject movements, deformations, and strong dependencies on microscopy operators. In this...
Structural similarity search among small molecules is a standard tool used in molecular classification and in-silico drug discovery. The effectiveness of this general approach depends on how well the following problems are addressed. The notion of similarity should be chosen for providing the...
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