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PURPOSE The aim of this study was to evaluate the reliability of tear film osmolarity as a diagnostic tool for detecting dry eye disease (DED) in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). The second aim was to determine whether there is a relationship between tear film osmolarity, a commonly used RA score, and diagnostic blood tests for RA. METHODS A group(More)
Today biometric techniques are based either on passive (e.g. IrisScan, Face) or active methods (e.g. voice and handwriting). In our work we focus on evaluation of the latter. These methods, also described as behavioral Biometric, are characterized by a trait that is learnt and acquired over time. Several approaches for user authentication have been(More)
The temporal order of differentiating cells is intrinsically encoded in their single-cell expression profiles. We describe an efficient way to robustly estimate this order according to diffusion pseudotime (DPT), which measures transitions between cells using diffusion-like random walks. Our DPT software implementations make it possible to reconstruct the(More)
A new approach of enlarging fused biometric databases is presented. Fusion strategies based upon matching score are applied on active biometrics verification scenarios. Consistent biometric data of two traits are used in test scenarios of handwriting and speaker verification. The fusion strategies are applied on multimodal biometrics of two different user(More)
18 Imaging flow cytometry combines the fluorescence sensitivity and high-throughput 19 capabilities of flow cytometry with single-cell imaging, and hence provides high-volume 20 data well-matched to the strengths of deep learning. We present DeepFlow, a data 21 analysis workflow for imaging flow cytometry that combines deep convolutional neural 22 networks(More)