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Concentration of perfluorinated compounds and cotinine in human foetal organs, placenta, and maternal plasma
(2017-10-15) - Journal article,
Background: Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) are bio-accumulative pollutants, and prenatal exposure to PFASs is believed to impact human foetal development and may have long-term adverse health effects later in life. ...
Bayesian spatial NBDA for diffusion data with home-base coordinates
(2015-07-02) - Journal article,
Network-based diffusion analysis (NBDA) is a statistical method that allows the researcher to identify and quantify a social influence on the spread of behaviour through a population. Hitherto, NBDA analyses have not ...
Analysing the history of autism spectrum disorder using topic models
(IEEE, 2016-10-17) - Conference item,
We describe a novel framework for the discovery of underlying topics of a longitudinal collection of scholarly data,and the tracking of their lifetime and popularity over time. Unlike the social media or news data, as the ...
Biologically inspired vision for human-robot interaction
(Springer, 2015) - Conference item,
Human-robot interaction is an interdisciplinary research area that is becoming more and more relevant as robots start to enter our homes, workplaces, schools, etc. In order to navigate safely among us, robots must be able ...
Diagnosis prediction from electronic health records (EHR) using the binary diagnosis history vector representation
(2017-08-01) - Journal article,
Large amounts of rich, heterogeneous information nowadays routinely collected by health care providers across the world possess remarkable potential for the extraction of novel medical data and the assessment of different ...
Intuitive and interpretable visual communication of a complex statistical model of disease progression and risk
(IEEE, 2017-07-11) - Conference item,
Computer science and machine learning in particular are increasingly lauded for their potential to aid medical practice. However, the highly technical nature of the state of the art techniques can be a major obstacle in ...