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  6. Ibrahim, Abdelmonem M.; Tawhid, Mohamed A.: A new hybrid binary algorithm of bat algorithm and differential evolution for feature selection and classification (2021)
  7. Ramsay, Kelly; Durocher, Stephane; Leblanc, Alexandre: Robustness and asymptotics of the projection median (2021)
  8. Rebrova, Elizaveta; Needell, Deanna: On block Gaussian sketching for the Kaczmarz method (2021)
  9. Romano, Rosaria; Palumbo, Francesco: Partial possibilistic regression path modeling: handling uncertainty in path modeling (2021)
  10. Shih, Jia-Han; Emura, Takeshi: On the copula correlation ratio and its generalization (2021)
  11. Adona, V. A.; Gonçalves, M. L. N.; Melo, J. G.: An inexact proximal generalized alternating direction method of multipliers (2020)
  12. Afridi, Mohammad Khan; Azam, Nouman; Yao, JingTao: Variance based three-way clustering approaches for handling overlapping clustering (2020)
  13. Akhanli, Serhat Emre; Hennig, Christian: Comparing clusterings and numbers of clusters by aggregation of calibrated clustering validity indexes (2020)
  14. Alexandrov, Alexander; Benidis, Konstantinos; Bohlke-Schneider, Michael; Flunkert, Valentin; Gasthaus, Jan; Januschowski, Tim; Maddix, Danielle C.; Rangapuram, Syama; Salinas, David; Schulz, Jasper; Stella, Lorenzo; Türkmen, Ali Caner; Wang, Yuyang: GluonTS: probabilistic and neural time series modeling in Python (2020)
  15. Almodóvar-Rivera, Israel A.; Maitra, Ranjan: Kernel-estimated nonparametric overlap-based syncytial clustering (2020)
  16. Andrew G. Allmon, J.S. Marron, Michael G. Hudgens: diproperm: An R Package for the DiProPerm Test (2020) arXiv
  17. Arenz, Oleg; Zhong, Mingjun; Neumann, Gerhard: Trust-region variational inference with Gaussian mixture models (2020)
  18. Azam, Muhammad; Alghabashi, Basim; Bouguila, Nizar: Multivariate bounded asymmetric Gaussian mixture model (2020)
  19. Babos, Stephen; Artemiou, Andreas: Sliced inverse median difference regression (2020)
  20. Badrinath, N.; Gopinath, G.; Ravichandran, K. S.; Premaladha, J.; Krishankumar, R.: Classification and prediction of erythemato-squamous diseases through tensor-based learning (2020)

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