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support vector machines
(767 times)
Medical Informatics
(306 times)
ANNs (30 times)
ROC (26 times)
PCA (22 times)
1998 Properties of support vector machines.
spinal vascular malformations
(4 times)
Neurosurgery
(2 times)
AKA (1 time)
AVFs (1 time)
AVMs (1 time)
2009 Advanced noninvasive imaging of spinal vascular malformations.
sequence-variable mosaics
(2 times)
Cell Biology
(1 time)
--- 2007 Sequence-variable mosaics: composites of recurrent transposition characterizing the genomes of phylogenetically diverse phytoplasmas.
surgical volunteer missions
(2 times)
General Surgery
(1 time)
LOS (1 time)
NSQIP (1 time)
2018 Outcomes of 1,327 patients operated on through twelve multispecialty surgical volunteerism missions: A retrospective cohort study.
symptomatic vascular malformations
(2 times)
Radiology
(2 times)
--- 1989 Symptomatic vascular malformations: ethanol embolotherapy.
Syringe vending machines
(2 times)
Public Health
(2 times)
IDUs (1 time)
NSP (1 time)
2008 The effectiveness and safety of syringe vending machines as a component of needle syringe programmes in community settings.
support vector machine classifiers
(1 time)
AD (1 time)
ASD (1 time)
MRI (1 time)
2012 FEATURE RANKING BASED NESTED SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINE ENSEMBLE FOR MEDICAL IMAGE CLASSIFICATION.
support vector machines models
(1 time)
Dentistry
(1 time)
ES (1 time)
IIMBL (1 time)
PCA (1 time)
2017 Prediction of individual implant bone levels and the existence of implant "phenotypes".
surrogate vascular markers
(1 time)
Endocrinology
(1 time)
CVD (1 time)
2009 The use of surrogate vascular markers in youth at risk for premature cardiovascular disease.