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Detecting Nonlinear Relationships via Slicing

Jun Liu
Harvard University

I will discuss a few recent results from my group aiming to the detection of non-linear dependence and interactive effects of several random variables. These approaches were all developed by taking a Bayesian viewpoint on the inverse-slicing idea first proposed by Ker-Chau Li. We will also show how these methods are applied to bioinformatics problems such as gene-set enrichment analysis, transcriptional regulation analysis, etc.

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