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- Austin Myers, Nick Johnston, +7 authors Kevin Murphy
- 2015 IEEE International Conference on Computer…
- 2015

We present a system which can recognize the contents of your meal from a single image, and then predict its nutritional contents, such as calories. The simplest version assumes that the user is eating at a restaurant for which we know the menu. In this case, we can collect images offline to train a multi-label classifier. At run time, we apply the… (More)

A new approach to the problem of reduced description for Boltzmann-type systems is developed. It involves a direct solution of two main problems: thermodynamici ty and dynamic invariance of reduced description. A universal construction is introduced, which gives a thermodynamic parameterization of an almost arbitrary approximation. Newton-type procedures of… (More)

- Ovidiu Radulescu, Alexander N. Gorban, Andrei Yu. Zinovyev, Alain Lilienbaum
- BMC Systems Biology
- 2008

Cellular processes such as metabolism, decision making in development and differentiation, signalling, etc., can be modeled as large networks of biochemical reactions. In order to understand the functioning of these systems, there is a strong need for general model reduction techniques allowing to simplify models without loosing their main properties. In… (More)

- A N Gorban, I V Karlin, H C Ottinger, L L Tatarinova
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2001

A general method of constructing dissipative equations is developed, following Ehrenfest's idea of coarse graining. The approach resolves the major issue of discrete time coarse graining versus continuous time macroscopic equations. Proof of the H theorem for macroscopic equations is given, several examples supporting the construction are presented, and… (More)

- Alexander N. Gorban, Andrei Yu. Zinovyev
- ArXiv
- 2008

In many fields of science, one meets with multivariate (multidimensional) distributions of vectors representing some observations. These distributions are often difficult to analyse and make sense of due to the very nature of human brain which is able to visually manipulate only with the objects of dimension no more than three. This makes actual the problem… (More)

We present the Constructive Methods of Invariant Manifolds for model reduction in physical and chemical kinetics, developed during last two decades. The physical problem of reduced description is studied in a most general form as a problem of constructing the slow invariant manifold. The invariance conditions are formulated as the di erential equation for a… (More)

We study the dynamics of correlation and variance in systems under the load of environmental factors. A universal effect in ensembles of similar systems under load of similar factors is described: in crisis, typically, even before obvious symptoms of crisis appear, correlation increases, and, at the same time, variance (and volatility) increases too. After… (More)

In this paper, we review the construction of low-dimensional manifolds of reduced description for equations of chemical kinetics from the standpoint of the method of invariant manifold (MIM). MIM is based on a formulation of the condition of invariance as an equation, and its solution by Newton iterations. A grid-based version of MIM is developed.… (More)

- Alexander N. Gorban, Andrei Yu. Zinovyev, Tatyana G. Popova
- In Silico Biology
- 2003

In several recent papers new gene-detection algorithms were proposed for detecting protein-coding regions without requiring a learning dataset of already known genes. The fact that unsupervised gene-detection is possible is closely connected to the existence of a cluster structure in oligomer frequency distributions. In this paper we study the cluster… (More)

- O. Radulescu, A. N. Gorban, A. Zinovyev, V. Noel
- Front. Gene.
- 2012

Biochemical networks are used in computational biology, to model mechanistic details of systems involved in cell signaling, metabolism, and regulation of gene expression. Parametric and structural uncertainty, as well as combinatorial explosion are strong obstacles against analyzing the dynamics of large models of this type. Multiscaleness, an important… (More)