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In order to explore the existence of α-effect in gas-phase S(N)2@N reactions, and to compare its similarity and difference with its counterpart in S(N)2@C reactions, we have carried out a theoretical study on the reactivity of six α-oxy-Nus (FO(-), ClO(-), BrO(-), HOO(-), HSO(-), H2NO(-)) in the S(N)2 reactions toward NR2Cl (R = H, Me) and RCl (R = Me,(More)
This paper presents an efficient detection and classification algorithm of multiple-class myocardial infarction (MI) (i.e., prior and acute), which is one of mortality diseases for humans. However, feature extraction is one of the challenges in MI classification as the extracted features may not be optimized for class separation. To this end, we propose a(More)
To probe the kinetic performance of microsolvated α-nucleophile, the G2(+)M calculations were carried out for the gas-phase S(N)2 reactions of monohydrated and dihydrated α-oxy-nucleophiles XO(-)(H2O)(n = 1,2) (X = HO, CH3O, F, Cl, Br), and α-sulfur-nucleophile, HSS(-)(H2O)(n = 1,2), toward CH3Cl. We compared the reactivities of hydrated α-nucleophiles to(More)
Cancer is a remarkabe disease characterized with the de-rdgulation of various genetic pathways. The identification of gene markers, some of which carry signatures to clinical relevant physiological effects, sheds light on the development of various clinical applications. A major challenge in marker gene identification is the biological and statistical(More)
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