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Assessing the accuracy of prediction algorithms for classification: an overview
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We provide a unified overview of methods that currently are widely used to assess the accuracy of prediction algorithms, from raw percentages, quadratic error measures and other distances, and correlation coefficients, to information theoretic measures such as relative entropy and mutual information. Expand
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Bayesian surprise attracts human attention
  • L. Itti, P. Baldi
  • Computer Science, Psychology
  • Vision Research
  • 5 December 2005
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We propose a formal Bayesian definition of surprise to capture subjective aspects of sensory information. Expand
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A Bayesian framework for the analysis of microarray expression data: regularized t -test and statistical inferences of gene changes
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MOTIVATION DNA microarrays are now capable of providing genome-wide patterns of gene expression across many conditions. Expand
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Neural networks and principal component analysis: Learning from examples without local minima
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We consider the problem of learning from examples in layered linear feed-forward neural networks using optimization methods such as back propagation, with respect to the usual quadratic error function E of the connection weights. Expand
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Prediction of protein stability changes for single‐site mutations using support vector machines
Accurate prediction of protein stability changes resulting from single amino acid mutations is important for understanding protein structures and designing new proteins. We use support vectorExpand
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SCRATCH: a protein structure and structural feature prediction server
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SCRATCH is a server for predicting protein tertiary structure and structural features. Expand
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Improving the prediction of protein secondary structure in three and eight classes using recurrent neural networks and profiles
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We use an ensemble of bidirectional recurrent neural network architectures, PSI‐BLAST‐derived profiles, and a large nonredundant training set to derive two new predictors for secondary structure classification. Expand
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A principled approach to detecting surprising events in video
  • L. Itti, P. Baldi
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer…
  • 20 June 2005
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We present a new theory of sensory surprise, which provides a principled and computable shortcut to important information. Expand
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An enhanced MITOMAP with a global mtDNA mutational phylogeny
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The MITOMAP data system for the human mitochondrial genome has been greatly enhanced by the addition of a navigable mutational mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) phylogenetic tree of ∼3000 mtDNA coding region sequences plus expanded pathogenic mutation tables and a nuclear-mtDNA pseudogene data base. Expand
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SSpro/ACCpro 5: almost perfect prediction of protein secondary structure and relative solvent accessibility using profiles, machine learning and structural similarity
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MOTIVATION Accurately predicting protein secondary structure and relative solvent accessibility is important for the study of protein evolution, structure and function and as a component of protein 3D structure prediction pipelines. Expand
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