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On-line detection of mastitis in dairy herds using artificial neural networks
(Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, 2005-12)
Mastitis, one of the most significant diseases in dairy herds, is a highly complex sequence of events with various biological causes and associated physiological and behavioral effects that occur as bacterial infection ...
Computational framework for early detection of breast cancer
(Lincoln University, 2013)
Breast Cancer is the second leading cause of death after lung cancer in women all over the world whose lives could be saved by an early detection. This could be achieved by improving the diagnostic accuracy of the present ...
Microarray gene expression: towards integration and between-platform association of affymetrix and cDNA arrays
(Lincoln University, 2010)
Microarrays technology reveals an unprecedented view into the biology of DNA. Information science is moulding this revolution in gene expression profiling with its distinctive skilfulness to transform it into a ...
Detection of mastitis and its stage of progression by automatic milking systems using artificial neural networks
(Cambridge University Press, 2010-05)
Two types of artificial neural networks, multilayer perceptron (MLP) and self-organizing feature map (SOM) were used to detect mastitis by automatic milking systems (AMS) using a new mastitis indicator that combined two ...
Microarray gene expression: a study of between-platform association of Affymetrix and cDNA arrays
Microarrays technology has been expanding remarkably since its launch about 15 years ago. With its advancement along with the increase of popularity, the technology affords the luxury that gene expressions can be measured ...