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Intensive care photoplethysmogram datasets and machine-learning for blood pressure estimation: Generalization not guarantied.
In Frontiers in physiology
Weber-Boisvert Guillaume, Gosselin Benoit, Sandberg Frida
BP estimation, PPG datasets, PPG-BP, UCI, blood pressure estimation, intensive care datasets, mimic, photoplethysmography
Using machine learning to identify early predictors of adolescent emotion regulation development.
In Journal of research on adolescence : the official journal of the Society for Research on Adolescence
Van Lissa Caspar J, Beinhauer Lukas, Branje Susan, Meeus Wim H J
adolescence, emotion regulation, machine learning, random forests, theory formation
Obstacles to effective model deployment in healthcare.
In Journal of bioinformatics and computational biology
Chan Wei Xin, Wong Limsoon
Clinical prediction models, deployment, machine learning
Asynchrony rescues statistically optimal group decisions from information cascades through emergent leaders.
In Royal Society open science
Reina Andreagiovanni, Bose Thomas, Srivastava Vaibhav, Marshall James A R
Bayesian brain, collective decision-making, emergent leaders, information cascades
Uncovering spatiotemporal patterns of atrophy in progressive supranuclear palsy using unsupervised machine learning.
In Brain communications
Scotton William J, Shand Cameron, Todd Emily, Bocchetta Martina, Cash David M, VandeVrede Lawren, Heuer Hilary, Young Alexandra L, Oxtoby Neil, Alexander Daniel C, Rowe James B, Morris Huw R, Boxer Adam L, Rohrer Jonathan D, Wijeratne Peter A
Subtype and Stage Inference, biomarkers, disease progression, machine learning, progressive supranuclear palsy
CMS-NET: deep learning algorithm to segment and quantify the ciliary muscle in swept-source optical coherence tomography images.
In Therapeutic advances in chronic disease
Chen Wen, Yu Xiangle, Ye Yiru, Gao Hebei, Cao Xinyuan, Lin Guangqing, Zhang Riyan, Li Zixuan, Wang Xinmin, Zhou Yuheng, Shen Meixiao, Shao Yilei
accommodation, ciliary muscle, deep learning, optical coherence tomography (OCT), presbyopia