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The control of the false discovery rate in multiple testing under dependency
 Annals of Statistics
, 2001
"... Benjamini and Hochberg suggest that the false discovery rate may be the appropriate error rate to control in many applied multiple testing problems. A simple procedure was given there as an FDR controlling procedure for independent test statistics and was shown to be much more powerful than comparab ..."
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Benjamini and Hochberg suggest that the false discovery rate may be the appropriate error rate to control in many applied multiple testing problems. A simple procedure was given there as an FDR controlling procedure for independent test statistics and was shown to be much more powerful than
Hidden Markov models for detecting remote protein homologies
 Bioinformatics
, 1998
"... A new hidden Markov model method (SAMT98) for nding remote homologs of protein sequences is described and evaluated. The method begins with a single target sequence and iteratively builds a hidden Markov model (hmm) from the sequence and homologs found using the hmm for database search. SAMT98 is ..."
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positives and 68 false positives, doubleblast got 533 true positives with 71 false positives, and wublastp got 353 true positives with 24 false positives. The method is optimized to recognize superfamilies, and would require parameter adjustment to be used to nd family or fold relationships. One key
CE: Basic principles of ROC analysis
 Seminars in Nuclear Medicine
, 1978
"... The l imitations of diagnostic "accuracy " as a measure of decision performance require introduction of the concepts of the "sensit iv ity " and "specif ic i ty " of a diagnostic test, These measures and the related indices, "true positive fraction " and &quo ..."
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The l imitations of diagnostic "accuracy " as a measure of decision performance require introduction of the concepts of the "sensit iv ity " and "specif ic i ty " of a diagnostic test, These measures and the related indices, "true positive fraction "
Measurement in medicine: the analysis of method comparison studies. Statistician 32:307–317
, 1983
"... Summary: Methods of analysis used in the comparison of two methods of measurement are reviewed. The use of correlation, regression and the difference between means is criticized. A simple parametric approach is proposed based on analysis of variance and simple graphical methods. 1 The problem In med ..."
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. Frequently, however, we cannot regard either method as giving the true value of the quantity being measured. In this case we want to know whether the methods give answers which are, in some sense, comparable. For example, we may wish to see whether a new, cheap and quick method produces answers that agree
Feedback on differences between business processes Feedback on Differences between Business Processes
"... Abstract. This paper presents techniques to pinpoint differences between business processes. We say that two processes are different if they are not (completed trace) equivalent. We developed techniques to point out where two processes are different and to explain why they are different. This in co ..."
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. This in contrast to techniques that provide simple true/false answers about whether two processes are equivalent or not. We developed the techniques by first formalizing frequently occurring differences that we discovered in practice and subsequently developing the algorithms that detect these differences
TRUEFALSE EXAMS
"... WHEN TAKING OBJECTIVE EXAMS, your goal is to find the correct choice among the possible answers provided. You want the best choice: the one that answers the question most completely and accurately. However, even when you have adequately prepared for a test, choosing the correct answer is not always ..."
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WHEN TAKING OBJECTIVE EXAMS, your goal is to find the correct choice among the possible answers provided. You want the best choice: the one that answers the question most completely and accurately. However, even when you have adequately prepared for a test, choosing the correct answer is not always
True
"... This paper is based on the theory of True Relativity to view quantum SpaceTime using simple geometry and represents a paradigm shift in the way we view Time and Space. The ideal gas law and the math of True Relativity are used to model the moments before the Big Bang and the extreme expansion of Sp ..."
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This paper is based on the theory of True Relativity to view quantum SpaceTime using simple geometry and represents a paradigm shift in the way we view Time and Space. The ideal gas law and the math of True Relativity are used to model the moments before the Big Bang and the extreme expansion
True theories, false colors
 Philosophy of Science
, 1996
"... Recent versions of objectivism can reply to the argument from metamers. The deeper rift between subjectivists and objectivists lies in the question of how to explain the structure of qualitative similarities among the colors. Subjectivism grounded in this fashion can answer the circularity objection ..."
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Recent versions of objectivism can reply to the argument from metamers. The deeper rift between subjectivists and objectivists lies in the question of how to explain the structure of qualitative similarities among the colors. Subjectivism grounded in this fashion can answer the circularity
On imagining what is true (and what is false
 Thinking & Reasoning
, 2003
"... How do people imagine the possibilities in which an assertion would be true and the possibilities in which it would be false? We argue that the mental representation of the meanings of connectives, such as “and”, “or”, and “if”, specify how to construct the true possibilities for simple assertions c ..."
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How do people imagine the possibilities in which an assertion would be true and the possibilities in which it would be false? We argue that the mental representation of the meanings of connectives, such as “and”, “or”, and “if”, specify how to construct the true possibilities for simple assertions
The twodimensional spatial structure of simple receptive fields in cat striate cortex
 Journal of Neurophysiology
, 1987
"... method is developed that allows quantitative determination of visual receptivefield structure in two spatial dimensions. This method is applied to simple cells in the cat striate cortex. 2. It is demonstrated that the reverse correlation method yields results with several desirable properties, incl ..."
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not be the same length. 6. The hypothesis that simple receptive fields can be modeled as either even symmetric or odd symmetric about a central axis is evaluated. This hypothesis is found to be false in general. Most simple receptive fields are neither even symmetric nor odd symmetric. 7. The hypothesis
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