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Modeling differentiation-state transitions linked to therapeutic escape in triple-negative breast cancer
Margaret P., Tyler R., Anil A., et.al. “Modeling differentiation-state transitions linked to therapeutic escape in triple-negative breast cancer”. PLOS Computational Biology. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1006840.
Haojun Huo; Xiaowei Zhang; Zeyu Zheng. “A scalable approach to enhancing stochastic kriging with Gradients”. Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference.
Philip Baumann, Dorit S. Hochbaum and Yan T. Yang. A comparative study of the leading machine learning techniques and two new optimization algorithms. European Journal of Operational Research, Volume 272, Issue 3, 1 February 2019, Pages 1041-1057. Online version
Robots and the Return to Collaborative Intelligence (Commentary). Ken Goldberg. Nature Machine Intelligence Journal. volume 1, pages 2–4. January 2019. [.pdf]