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  5. Afridi, Mohammad Khan; Azam, Nouman; Yao, JingTao; Alanazi, Eisa: A three-way clustering approach for handling missing data using GTRS (2018)
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  15. Bosch, Jessica; Klamt, Steffen; Stoll, Martin: Generalizing diffuse interface methods on graphs: nonsmooth potentials and hypergraphs (2018)
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  19. Chen, Chuangquan; Vong, Chi-Man; Wong, Chi-Man; Wang, Weiru; Wong, Pak-Kin: Efficient extreme learning machine via very sparse random projection (2018)
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