Fused Group Lasso Regularized Multi-Task Feature Learning and Its Application to the Cognitive Performance Prediction of Alzheimer’s Disease

@article{Liu2018FusedGL,
  title={Fused Group Lasso Regularized Multi-Task Feature Learning and Its Application to the Cognitive Performance Prediction of Alzheimer’s Disease},
  author={Xiaoli Liu and Peng Cao and Jianzhong Wang and Jun Kong and Dazhe Zhao},
  journal={Neuroinformatics},
  year={2018},
  volume={17},
  pages={271-294}
}
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is characterized by gradual neurodegeneration and loss of brain function, especially for memory during early stages. Regression analysis has been widely applied to AD research to relate clinical and biomarker data such as predicting cognitive outcomes from MRI measures. Recently, multi-task based feature learning (MTFL) methods with sparsity-inducing ℓ2,1$ \ell _{2,1} $-norm have been widely studied to select a discriminative feature subset from MRI features by… 
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