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Alzheimer disease is a neurodegenerative brain disorder leading to gradual loss of memory. Multiple biomarkers have been accepted for identifying the Alzheimer’s disease namely Neuroimaging, Cerebrospinal fluid proteins, blood and urine tests, genetic risk profilers. In this study, an extensive...
Game theory has found successful applications in different areas to handle competitive situations among different persons or organizations. Several extensions of ordinary game theory have been studied by the researchers to accommodate the uncertainty and vagueness in terms of payoffs and goals....
Several methods for dynamically adapting the local consistency property applied by a CP solver during search have been put forward in recent and older literature. We propose the classification of such methods in three categories depending on the level of granularity where decisions about which...
Metaheuristics are widely applied to solve optimization problems. Numerous metaheuristic algorithms inspired by natural processes have been introduced in the past years. Studying and comparing the convergence of metaheuristics is helpful in future algorithmic development and applications. This...
In the current competitive corporate world, organizations rely on their products’ advertisements for surpassing competitors in reaching out to a larger pool of customers. This forces companies to focus on advertisement quality. This work presents a content-based advertisement viewability...
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