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SUPERVISED ALIAS NAME VALIDATION USING STATISTICAL SIMILARITY COEFFICIENTS

Extracting and validating alias names is a fascinating research topic in language processing, and there are a number of Natural language processing programs such as Information extraction, Information retrieval, Sentimental analysis, Question and answering, etc. Validating whether a name is alias name or not is valid is critical for Alias' name validation. Experiments were carried out in India name alias databases that contain details for 15 people containing 35 name-alias pairs. According to measurements, SVM classifier with Radial Basis Function Kernel outperforms all other classificationers in terms of overall accuracy.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/36f1763d6f65406b920ab77f542b718f


Blind Separation of Permuted Alias Image Base on Four-phase-difference and Differential Evolution

This new style of single channel blind separation, which was fundamentally different from single channel blind separation in theory and method. The fitness function was first evaluated by calculating the sum of square errors of the binary version and its variant with a threshold vector. The differential transformation was then carried out to determine the most suitable threshold vector for thresholding the difference image to a binary one. With the binary image, the permuting image could be distinguished by a perplexing photograph multiplied.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/fc9cc90c16264656b2a1999808093743


Role of HYBID (Hyaluronan Binding Protein Involved in Hyaluronan Depolymerization), Alias KIAA1199/CEMIP, in Hyaluronan Degradation in Normal and Photoaged Skin

In human skin fibroblasts, we have recently discovered a new HA-degrading process facilitated by HYBID alias KIAA1199/CEMIP, and investigated the role of HYBID in skin aging. In this article, we provide an overview of HYBID's main features and its potential roles in photoaged skin HA turnover and excessive HA degradation in photoaged skin. In addition, we present our findings on the inhibition of HYBID function and expression in skin fibroblasts; and we also identify new ways to avoid or improve photoaging signs, such as skin wrinkling, by inhibiting HYBID-mediated HA degradation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms20225804

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