Saifuddin Md. Tareeq

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Bayesian reasoning is used in many robotics applications when there is significant uncertainty accompanying perception and action. Generally for Bayesian belief changes in query nodes, we are more interested in evidence that may lead to a change in decision. If an observation has very little effect on decisions, it could be regarded as an insignificant(More)
In a teaching and learning environment Bayesian network fits well because it can adjust its structure as per data presented to it. When a Bayesian network learns with a huge number of data, its belief value is updated even if the change in belief is not significant. This causes a problem when the user’s preference changes over time. The learning process(More)
Protein can be represented by amino acid interaction network. This network is a graph whose vertices are the proteins amino acids and whose edges are the interactions between them. This interaction network is the first step of proteins three-dimensional structure prediction. In this paper we present a multi-objective evolutionary algorithm for interaction(More)
The problem of learning behavior policy, a task representation mapping from world states to actions, lies at the heart of many robotic applications. One approach to acquiring behavior policy is learning from demonstration, an interactive technique in which a robot learns a policy based on observation to action mappings provided by a human teacher. When the(More)
Protein can be represented by amino acid interaction network. This network is a graph whose vertices are the proteins amino acids and whose edges are the interactions between them. In this paper we have formalized amino acid interaction network prediction as a multi-objective evolutionary optimization problem. This formalism is biologically plausible(More)
In this paper, we present an algorithm to search and rank <i>top-k</i> approximately matched subtrees from a tree database, where the query is a collection of trees <i>i.e</i>. a forest. Even though existing algorithms can handle a single tree query, we argue that forest query would be significantly useful in some real life applications including biological(More)
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