Simple algorithms for probabilistic inversion are proposed, based on iterative sample re-weighting. One of these, iterative proportional fitting (IP F), dates from the 1930's and has been studied extensively with regard to contingency tables. A new algorithm is shown to converge even when IP F is infeasible.
BACKGROUND Retinoblastoma (RB) is the most common malignant tumor of the eye in childhood. The objective of this paper was to investigate carboplatin (CAR)- and melphalan (MEL)-induced dynamic module changes in RB based on multiple (M) differential networks, and to generate systems-level insights into RB progression. MATERIAL AND METHODS To achieve this… (More)