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Microarrays can provide genome-wide expression patterns for various cancers, especially for tumor sub-types that may exhibit substantially different patient prognosis. Using such gene expression data, several approaches have been proposed to classify tumor sub-types accurately. These classification methods are not robust, and often dependent on a particular(More)
MOTIVATION Genome-wide microarray data are often used in challenging classification problems of clinically relevant subtypes of human diseases. However, the identification of a parsimonious robust prediction model that performs consistently well on future independent data has not been successful due to the biased model selection from an extremely large(More)
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