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2010
ACM
11 years 1 months ago
Randomization tests for distinguishing social influence and homophily effects
Relational autocorrelation is ubiquitous in relational domains. This observed correlation between class labels of linked instances in a network (e.g., two friends are more likely ...
Timothy La Fond, Jennifer Neville
CHI
2007
ACM
11 years 5 months ago
Social responses to virtual humans: implications for future interface design
Do human-human social interactions carry over to humanvirtual human social interactions? How does this affect future interface designers? We replicated classical tests of social i...
Catherine A. Zanbaka, Amy Catherine Ulinski, Paula...
TIP
2010
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10 years 8 months ago
Multivariate Image Segmentation Using Semantic Region Growing With Adaptive Edge Penalty
Multivariate image segmentation is a challenging task, influenced by large intraclass variation that reduces class distinguishability as well as increased feature space sparseness ...
A. K. Qin, David A. Clausi
BMCBI
2010
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11 years 1 months ago
Bayesian statistical modelling of human protein interaction network incorporating protein disorder information
Background: We present a statistical method of analysis of biological networks based on the exponential random graph model, namely p2-model, as opposed to previous descriptive app...
Svetlana Bulashevska, Alla Bulashevska, Roland Eil...
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