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    • Diabetes management VIA gaussian process bandits 

      Çelik, Ahmet Alparslan (Bilkent University, 2021-10)
      Management of chronic diseases such as diabetes mellitus requires adaptation of treatment regimes based on patient characteristics and response. There is no single treatment that fits all patients in all contexts; moreover, ...
    • Exploiting relevance for online decision-making in high-dimensions 

      Turgay, Eralp; Bulucu, Cem; Tekin, Cem (IEEE, 2020)
      Many sequential decision-making tasks require choosing at each decision step the right action out of the vast set of possibilities by extracting actionable intelligence from high-dimensional data streams. Most of the times, ...
    • Fast and accurate mapping of complete genomics reads 

      Lee, D.; Hormozdiari, F.; Xin, H.; Hach, F.; Mutlu, O.; Alkan C. (Academic Press, 2015)
      Many recent advances in genomics and the expectations of personalized medicine are made possible thanks to power of high throughput sequencing (HTS) in sequencing large collections of human genomes. There are tens of ...
    • Personalizing treatments via contextual multi-armed bandits by identifying relevance 

      Bulucu, Cem (Bilkent University, 2019-08)
      Personalized medicine offers specialized treatment options for individuals which is vital as every patient is different. One-size-fits-all approaches are often not effective and most patients require personalized care ...
    • Whole genome sequencing: revolutionary medicine or privacy nightmare? 

      Ayday, E.; Cristofaro, Emiliano De; Hubaux, Jean-Pierre; Tsudik, G. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2015)
      Whole genome sequencing will soon become affordable for many individuals, but thorny privacy and ethical issues could jeopardize its popularity and thwart the large-scale adoption of genomics in healthcare and slow potential ...