Goutam Saha

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Preference formation is a complex problem as it is subjective, involves emotion, is led by implicit processes, and changes depending on the context even within the same individual. Thus, scientific attempts to predict preference are challenging, yet quite important for basic understanding of human decision making mechanisms, but prediction in a(More)
  • P Korshunov, S Marcel, H Muckenhirn, A R Gonçalves, A G Souza Mello, R P Velloso Violato +9 others
  • 2016
This paper provides an overview of the Speaker Anti-spoofing Competition organized by Biometric group at Idiap Research Institute for the IEEE International Conference on Biometrics: Theory, Applications, and Systems (BTAS 2016). The competition used AVspoof database, which contains a comprehensive set of presentation attacks, including, (i) direct replay(More)
The accurate prediction of genetic networks using computational tools is one of the greatest challenges in the postgenomic era. Recurrent Neural Network is one of the most popular but simple approaches to model the network dynamics from time-series microarray data. To date, it has been successfully applied to computationally derive small-scale artificial(More)
We have proposed a methodology for the reverse engineering of biologically plausible gene regulatory networks from temporal genetic expression data. We have used established information and the fundamental mathematical theory for this purpose. We have employed the Recurrent Neural Network formalism to extract the underlying dynamics present in the time(More)
BACKGROUND Photosensitive epilepsy is a type of reflexive epilepsy triggered by various visual stimuli including colourful ones. Despite the ubiquitous presence of colorful displays, brain responses against different colour combinations are not properly studied. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS Here, we studied the photosensitivity of the human brain(More)
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