A data-driven approach to reverse engineering customer engagement models: towards functional constructs
A kernelisation approach for multiple d-hitting set and its application in optimal multi-drug therapeutic combinations
A new combinatorial optimization approach for integrated feature selection using different datasets: a prostate cancer transcriptomic study
A new Memetic Algorithm for ordering datasets: applications in microarray analysis
A novel clustering methodology based on modularity optimisation for detecting authorship affinities in Shakespearean era plays
A parallel memetic algorithm applied to the total tardiness machine scheduling problem
A polymorphism in the HLA-DPB1 gene is associated with susceptibility to multiple sclerosis
- Field, Judith, Browning, Sharon R., Lechner-Scott, Jeanette, Moscato, Pablo, Scott, Rodney J., Stewart, Graeme J., Kilpatrick, Trevor J., Foote, Simon J., Bahlo, Melanie, Butzkueven, Helmut, Wiley, James, Booth, David R., Johnson, Laura J., Taylor, Bruce V., Brown, Matthew A., Rubio, Justin P., Stankovich, Jim, Danoy, Patrick, Varney, Michael D,, Tait, Brian D., Kaushal, S. Gandhi, Charlesworth, Jac C., Heard, Robert N., The Australia and New Zealand Multiple Sclerosis Genetics Consortium (ANZgene)
A transcription factor map as revealed by a genome-wide gene expression analysis of whole-blood mRNA transcriptome in multiple sclerosis
- Riveros, Carlos, Mellor, Drew, Vucic, Stephen, Stewart, Graeme J., Williams, David W., Scott, Rodney J., Lechner-Scott, Jeannette, Booth, David R., Moscato, Pablo, ANZgene Multiple Sclerosis Genetics Consortium, Gandhi, Kaushal S., McKay, Fiona C., Cox, Mathew B., Berretta, Regina, Vaezpour, S. Yahya, Inostroza-Ponta, Mario, Broadley, Simon A., Heard, Robert N.
Alzheimer's disease patient groups derived from a multivariate analysis of cognitive test outcomes in the coalition against major diseases dataset
An adaptive memetic algorithm for feature selection using proxity graphs
An information theoretic clustering approach for unveiling authorship affinities in Shakespearean era plays and poems
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