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Tomasz Arodź, dr inż.

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Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications
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Liczba pozycji spełniających powyższe kryteria selekcji: 25, z ogólnej liczby 25 publikacji Autora


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  • A concept of a monitoring infrastructure for workflow-based Grid applications
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  • Boosting the Fisher Linear Discriminant with random feature subsets
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  • Clustering organisms using metabolic networks
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  • Complex-network-based methodology for analysis of biomedical data
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  • Computational methods in developing Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships (QSAR)
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  • Conservation of edge essentiality profiles in metabolic networks across species
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  • Detection of clustered microcalcifications in small field digital mammography
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  • Ensemble of linear models for predicting drug properties
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  • Invariant object recognition using radon-based transform
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  • Komputerowe metody detekcji nowotworów piersi w zdjęciach mammograficznych
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  • Komputerowe metody detekcji nowotworów piersi w zdjęciach mammograficznych
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  • Margin-based diversity measures for ensamble classifiers
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  • Multivariate modeling and analysis in drug discovery
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  • On new radon-based translation, rotation, and scaling invariant transform for face recognition
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  • Performance evaluation and monitoring of interactive Grid applications
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  • Performance measurements for interactive applications in CrossGrid
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  • Performance measurement model in the G-PM tool
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  • Support for user-defined metrics in the online performance analysis tool G-PM
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  • The G-PM performance measurement tool for interactive Grid applications
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  • The G-PM tool for Grid-oriented performance analysis
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  • Training set size in ensemble feature selection for clinical proteomics
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  • Training set size in ensemble feature selection for clinical proteomics
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  • Visual exploration of multidimensional feature space of biological data