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We introduce a novel kernel that upgrades the Weisfeiler-Lehman and other graph kernels to effectively exploit high-dimensional and continuous vertex attributes. Graphs are first decomposed into subgraphs. Vertices of the subgraphs are then compared by a kernel that combines the similarity of their labels and the similarity of their structural role, using a(More)
Over the last decade, many studies have been conducted on the effects of mechanical vibration on the physical hormonal and neuromuscular responses of muscles: in some works the growth hormone response showed a dependence on the acceleration provided by Whole Body Vibration (WBV) platforms with respect to subjects responsiveness. Therefore the accuracy of(More)
Whole-body vibration (WBV) is receiving increasing interest as an exercise intervention in physiology and rehabilitation. Although there are many commercial and professional WBV platforms to provide controlled vibrations, very few have actually been tested in terms of amplitude (mm), frequency spectra (Hz) and shape of the vibratory motion wave. In this(More)
A new hierarchical approach is presented for elucidating the structural disorder in Ce1-x Gd x O2-x/2 solid solutions on different scale lengths. The primary goal of this investigation is to shed light on the relations between the short-range and the average structure of these materials via an analysis of disorder on the mesocopic scale. Real-space (pair(More)
kProlog is a simple algebraic extension of Prolog with facts and rules annotated with semiring labels. We propose kProlog as a language for learning with kernels. kProlog allows to elegantly specify systems of algebraic expressions on databases. We propose some code examples of gradually increasing complexity, we give a declarative specification of some(More)
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