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Morbigenous brain region and gene detection with a genetically evolved random neural network cluster approach in late mild cognitive impairment

Bioinformatics

Jan 24, 2020

Xia-An BiAlzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative

Abstract

The multimodal data fusion analysis becomes another important field for brain disease detection and increasing researches concentrate on using neural network algorithms to solve a range of problems. However, most current neural network optimizing strategies focus on internal nodes or hi...read more

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Morbigenous brain region and gene detection with a genetically evolved random neural network cluster approach in late mild cognitive impairment

Bioinformatics

Jan 24, 2020

Xia-An BiAlzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative

PMID: 31971559

DOI: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btz967

Abstract

The multimodal data fusion analysis becomes another important field for brain disease detection and increasing researches concentrate on using neural network algorithms to solve a range of problems. However, most current neural network optimizing strategies focus on internal nodes or hi...read more

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Gene Fusion
Mild Cognitive Disorder
Problem
Dimensionality
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Detection
Biological Factors
Right Parasternal Lymph Node
Brain
Alzheimer's Disease
5
1

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