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Time-series classification (TSC) problems present a specific challenge for classification algorithms: how to measure similarity between series. A shapelet is a time-series subsequence that allows for TSC based on local, phase-independent similarity in shape. Shapelet-based classification uses the similarity between a shapelet and a series as a(More)
It has been postulated that gene function may influence the degree to which allele frequencies differ among populations. In order to evaluate this effect, genotypic data from resequencing studies of genes classified as cytokines, cytokine receptors, cell adhesion molecules, Toll-like receptors and coagulation proteins were analysed for genetic(More)
A three-dimensional computer reconstruction of a plaice Pleuronectes platessa otolith is presented from data acquired by the Diamond Light synchrotron, beamline I12, X-ray source, a high energy (53-150 keV) source particularly well suited to the study of dense objects. The data allowed non-destructive rendering of otolith structure, and for the first time(More)
Dysbindin is known to (a) bind ß-dystrobrevin in postsynaptic densities in a number of brain areas, and (b) be a component of the biogenesis of lysosome-related organelles complex 1 (BLOC-1). Reduced levels of dysbindin have been identified presynaptically at hippocampal formation sites lacking ß-dystrobrevin in schizophrenia cases. This suggests a role for(More)
Despite the introduction of new ventilation techniques and surfactant therapy, some premature infants still experience severe respiratory failure and either die or survive with severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation is currently not offered for preterm infants with a birth weight less than 2,000 g, mainly because of the(More)
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