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Artificial neural networks for solving ordinary and partial differential equations
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We present a method to solve initial and boundary value problems using artificial neural networks and compare it with the Galekrkin finite element method for partial differential equations. Expand
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A spatially constrained mixture model for image segmentation
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We propose a new method to maximize the label parameter values at theM-step of the EM algorithm for training GMMswithMRF priors for image segmentation. Expand
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Solving differential equations with genetic programming
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A novel method for solving ordinary and partial differential equations, based on grammatical evolution is presented. Expand
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Neural-network methods for boundary value problems with irregular boundaries
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We use multilayer perceptrons and radial basis function networks to solve complex boundary geometry PDEs with Dirichlet or Neumann boundary conditions. Expand
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Mixture model analysis of DNA microarray images
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In this paper, we propose a new methodology for analysis of microarray images. Expand
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Stopping rules for box-constrained stochastic global optimization
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We present three new stopping rules for Multistart based methods. Expand
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Towards "Ideal Multistart". A stochastic approach for locating the minima of a continuous function inside a bounded domain
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A stochastic global optimization method based on Multistart is presented. Expand
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Split-Merge Incremental LEarning (SMILE) of Mixture Models
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We present an incremental method for building a mixture model. Expand
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Variational Calculations of Realistic Models of Nuclear Matter
Abstract We report variational calculations of nuclear matter with a semi-realistic Reid v12 model, and a realistic v14 model of the two-nucleon interaction operator. The v14 model fits the availableExpand
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PHENOMENOLOGICAL TWO NUCLEON INTERACTION OPERATOR
Abstract We report a phenomenological two-nucleon interaction operator obtained by fitting the nucleon-nucleon phase shifts up to 425 MeV in S, P, D and F waves, and the deuteron properties. TheExpand
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