Corpus ID: 84846473

Multi-Task Time Series Analysis applied to Drug Response Modelling

  title={Multi-Task Time Series Analysis applied to Drug Response Modelling},
  author={Alex Bird and C. K. Williams and C. Hawthorne},
  • Alex Bird, C. K. Williams, C. Hawthorne
  • Published in AISTATS 2019
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • Time series models such as dynamical systems are frequently fitted to a cohort of data, ignoring variation between individual entities such as patients. In this paper we show how these models can be personalised to an individual level while retaining statistical power, via use of multi-task learning (MTL). To our knowledge this is a novel development of MTL which applies to time series both with and without control inputs. The modelling framework is demonstrated on a physiological drug response… CONTINUE READING
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