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Predictive Risk Models for Wound Infection-Related Hospitalization or ED Visits in Home Health Care Using Machine-Learning Algorithms.
In Advances in skin & wound care
Song Jiyoun, Woo Kyungmi, Shang Jingjing, Ojo Marietta, Topaz Maxim
Thousands of induced germline mutations affecting immune cells identified by automated meiotic mapping coupled with machine learning.
In Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Xu Darui, Lyon Stephen, Bu Chun Hui, Hildebrand Sara, Choi Jin Huk, Zhong Xue, Liu Aijie, Turer Emre E, Zhang Zhao, Russell Jamie, Ludwig Sara, Mahrt Elena, Nair-Gill Evan, Shi Hexin, Wang Ying, Zhang Duanwu, Yue Tao, Wang Kuan-Wen, SoRelle Jeffrey A, Su Lijing, Misawa Takuma, McAlpine William, Sun Lei, Wang Jianhui, Zhan Xiaoming, Choi Mihwa, Farokhnia Roxana, Sakla Andrew, Schneider Sara, Coco Hannah, Coolbaugh Gabrielle, Hayse Braden, Mazal Sara, Medler Dawson, Nguyen Brandon, Rodriguez Edward, Wadley Andrew, Tang Miao, Li Xiaohong, Anderton Priscilla, Keller Katie, Press Amanda, Scott Lindsay, Quan Jiexia, Cooper Sydney, Collie Tiffany, Qin Baifang, Cardin Jennifer, Simpson Rochelle, Tadesse Meron, Sun Qihua, Wise Carol A, Rios Jonathan J, Moresco Eva Marie Y, Beutler Bruce
ENU mutagenesis, automated meiotic mapping, flow cytometry, immune cells, machine learning
Knowledge Implementation and Transfer With an Adaptive Learning Network for Real-Time Power Management of the Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle.
In IEEE transactions on neural networks and learning systems
Zhou Quan, Zhao Dezong, Shuai Bin, Li Yanfei, Williams Huw, Xu Hongming
Integrating molecular graph data of drugs and multiple -omic data of cell lines for drug response prediction.
In IEEE/ACM transactions on computational biology and bioinformatics
Nguyen Giang Thi Thu, Vu Duc-Hoa, Le Duc-Hau
A Polarization-Imaging-Based Machine Learning Framework for Quantitative Pathological Diagnosis of Cervical Precancerous Lesions.
In IEEE transactions on medical imaging ; h5-index 74.0
Dong Yang, Wan Jiachen, Wang Xingjian, Xue Jing-Hao, Zou Jibin, He Honghui, Li Pengcheng, Hou Anli, Ma Hui
Automatically evaluating balance using machine learning and data from a single inertial measurement unit.
In Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation ; h5-index 53.0
Kamran Fahad, Harrold Kathryn, Zwier Jonathan, Carender Wendy, Bao Tian, Sienko Kathleen H, Wiens Jenna
Balance training, Machine learning, Telerehabilitation, Wearable sensors