The Mathematics, Computer Science, And Data Science Student Research Showcase, 2020 Seton Hall University
The Mathematics, Computer Science, And Data Science Student Research Showcase, Seton Hall University
Petersheim Academic Exposition
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Multimodal Fusion Strategies For Outcome Prediction In Stroke, 2020 Technological University Dublin
Multimodal Fusion Strategies For Outcome Prediction In Stroke, Esra Zihni, John D. Kelleher, Vince I. Madai, Ahmed Khalil, Ivana Galinovic, Jochen Fiebach, Michelle Livne, Dietmar Frey
Data driven methods are increasingly being adopted in the medical domain for clinical predictive modeling. Prediction of stroke outcome using machine learning could provide a decision support system for physicians to assist them in patient-oriented diagnosis and treatment. While patient-specific clinical parameters play an important role in outcome prediction, a multimodal fusion approach that integrates neuroimaging with clinical data has the potential to improve accuracy. This paper addresses two research questions: (a) does multimodal fusion aid in the prediction of stroke outcome, and (b) what fusion strategy is more suitable for the task at hand. The baselines for our experimental ...
Image Features For Tuberculosis Classification In Digital Chest Radiographs, 2020 Central Washington University
Image Features For Tuberculosis Classification In Digital Chest Radiographs, Brian Hooper
All Master's Theses
Tuberculosis (TB) is a respiratory disease which affects millions of people each year, accounting for the tenth leading cause of death worldwide, and is especially prevalent in underdeveloped regions where access to adequate medical care may be limited. Analysis of digital chest radiographs (CXRs) is a common and inexpensive method for the diagnosis of TB; however, a trained radiologist is required to interpret the results, and is subject to human error. Computer-Aided Detection (CAD) systems are a promising machine-learning based solution to automate the diagnosis of TB from CXR images. As the dimensionality of a high-resolution CXR image is very ...
Eavesdropping Hackers: Detecting Software Vulnerability Communication On Social Media Using Text Mining, 2019 Technological University Dublin
Eavesdropping Hackers: Detecting Software Vulnerability Communication On Social Media Using Text Mining, Susan Mckeever, Brian Keegan, Andrei Quieroz
Abstract—Cyber security is striving to find new forms of protection against hacker attacks. An emerging approach nowadays is the investigation of security-related messages exchanged on Deep/Dark Web and even Surface Web channels. This approach can be supported by the use of supervised machine learning models and text mining techniques. In our work, we compare a variety of machine learning algorithms, text representations and dimension reduction approaches for the detection accuracies of software-vulnerability-related communications. Given the imbalanced nature of the three public datasets used, we investigate appropriate sampling approaches to boost detection accuracies of our models. In addition, we ...
Streaming Feature Grouping And Selection (Sfgs) For Big Data Classification, 2019 United Arab Emirates University
Streaming Feature Grouping And Selection (Sfgs) For Big Data Classification, Noura Helal Hamad Al Nuaimi
Real-time data has always been an essential element for organizations when the quickness of data delivery is critical to their businesses. Today, organizations understand the importance of real-time data analysis to maintain benefits from their generated data. Real-time data analysis is also known as real-time analytics, streaming analytics, real-time streaming analytics, and event processing. Stream processing is the key to getting results in real-time. It allows us to process the data stream in real-time as it arrives. The concept of streaming data means the data are generated dynamically, and the full stream is unknown or even infinite. This data becomes ...
Special Issue: Neutrosophic Theories Applied In Engineering, 2017 University of New Mexico
Special Issue: Neutrosophic Theories Applied In Engineering, Florentin Smarandache, Jun Ye
Mathematics and Statistics Faculty and Staff Publications
Neutrosophic sets and logic are generalizations of fuzzy and intuitionistic fuzzy sets and logic. Neutrosophic sets and logic are gaining significant attention in solving many real life decision making problems that involve uncertainty, impreciseness, vagueness, incompleteness, inconsistent, and indeterminacy. They have been applied in computational intelligence, multiple criteria decision making, image processing, medical diagnoses, etc. This Special Issue presents original research papers that report on state-of-the-art and recent advancements in neutrosophic sets and logic in soft computing, artificial intelligence, big and small data mining, decision making problems, and practical achievements.
Mapsnap System To Perform Vector-To-Raster Fusion, 2011 Central Washington University
Mapsnap System To Perform Vector-To-Raster Fusion, Boris Kovalerchuk, Peter Doucette, Gamal Seedahmed, Jerry Tagestad, Sergei Kovalerchuk, Brian Graff
All Faculty Scholarship for the College of the Sciences
As the availability of geospatial data increases, there is a growing need to match these datasets together. However, since these datasets often vary in their origins and spatial accuracy, they frequently do not correspond well to each other, which create multiple problems. To accurately align with imagery, analysts currently either: 1) manually move the vectors, 2) perform a labor-intensive spatial registration of vectors to imagery, 3) move imagery to vectors, or 4) redigitize the vectors from scratch and transfer the attributes. All of these are time consuming and labor-intensive operations. Automated matching and fusing vector datasets has been a subject ...
Extreme Data Mining: Inference From Small Datasets, 2010 Central Washington University
Extreme Data Mining: Inference From Small Datasets, Răzvan Andonie
All Faculty Scholarship for the College of the Sciences
Neural networks have been applied successfully in many fields. However, satisfactory results can only be found under large sample conditions. When it comes to small training sets, the performance may not be so good, or the learning task can even not be accomplished. This deficiency limits the applications of neural network severely. The main reason why small datasets cannot provide enough information is that there exist gaps between samples, even the domain of samples cannot be ensured. Several computational intelligence techniques have been proposed to overcome the limits of learning from small datasets.
We have the following goals: i. To ...