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Everyone's walking style is unique, and it has been shown that both humans and computers are very good at recognizing known gait patterns. It is therefore unsurprising that dynamic foot pressure patterns, which indirectly reflect the accelerations of all body parts, are also unique, and that previous studies have achieved moderate-to-high classification(More)
Plantar lesions induced by biomechanical dysfunction pose a considerable socioeconomic health care challenge, and failure to detect lesions early can have significant effects on patient prognoses. Most of the previous works on plantar lesion identification employed the analysis of biomechanical microenvironment variables like pressure and thermal fields.(More)
Breast masses due to benign disease and malignant tumors related to breast cancer differ in terms of shape, edge-sharpness, and texture characteristics. In this study, we evaluate a set of 22 features including 5 shape factors, 3 edge-sharpness measures, and 14 texture features computed from 111 regions in mammograms, with 46 regions related to malignant(More)
We propose methods to perform a certain nonlinear transformation of features based on a kernel matrix, before the classification step, aiming to improve the discriminating power of the comparatively weak edge-sharpness and texture features of breast masses in mammograms, and seek better incorporation of features representing different radiological(More)
Clinical trials are mandatory protocols describing medical research on humans and among the most valuable sources of medical practice evidence. Searching for trials relevant to some query is laborious due to the immense number of existing protocols. Apart from search, writing new trials includes composing detailed eligibility criteria, which might be(More)
We propose two variations of the support vector data description (SVDD) with negative samples (NSVDD) that learn a closed spherically shaped boundary around a set of samples in the target class by involving different forms of slack vectors, including the two-norm NSVDD and nu-NSVDD. We extend the NSVDDs to solve the multiclass classification problems based(More)
We propose the strict 2-surface proximal (S2SP) classifier, by seeking two cross proximal planes to fit the distribution of the given samples in a corresponding feature space. The method is applied to screen knee-joint vibration or vibroarthrographic (VAG) signals based on statistical parameters derived from signals and selected by the genetic algorithm. A(More)
Pedobarographic images reflect the dynamic interaction between the plantar foot and supporting surfaces during gait and postural activities. Since intra-foot and inter-subject contact geometry are grossly similar, images may be spatially registered and directly compared. Previously arbitrary subjects have been selected as registration templates, but this(More)
This paper is about supervised and semi-supervised dimensionality reduction (DR) by generating spectral embeddings from multi-output data based on the pairwise proximity information. Two flexible and generic frameworks are proposed to achieve supervised DR (SDR) for multilabel classification. One is able to extend any existing single-label SDR to multilabel(More)
The objective of this paper is the design of an engine for the automatic generation of supervised manifold embedding models. It proposes a modular and adaptive data embedding framework for classification, referred to as DEFC, which realizes in different stages including initial data preprocessing, relation feature generation and embedding computation. For(More)