Phenotype Recognition with Combined Features and Random Subspace Classifier Ensemble

  title={Phenotype Recognition with Combined Features and Random Subspace Classifier Ensemble},
  author={Bailing Zhang and Tuan D. Pham},
  booktitle={BMC Bioinformatics},
Automated, image based high-content screening is a fundamental tool for discovery in biological science. Modern robotic fluorescence microscopes are able to capture thousands of images from massively parallel experiments such as RNA interference (RNAi) or small-molecule screens. As such, efficient computational methods are required for automatic cellular phenotype identification capable of dealing with large image data sets. In this paper we investigated an efficient method for the extraction… CONTINUE READING


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