Our products can be used for solving a wide variety of medical problems.
These are few applications:
1) Coronary artery test case
dynaROM™ allows one to reproduce simulations of arterial systems.
The average velocity is imposed at the inlet of the coronary. The velocity profile in red was used to build the dynaROM™ model. The velocity profile in blue was used for validation.
One can see a good agreement between dynaROM™ predictions and the results obtained by Fluent computations.
2) General Electric incubator
Using dynaROM™ we can command and control nonlinear systems, in this case a General Electric incubator.
dynaROM™’s input is the Thermal power injected in the system and the velocity of the fan. The output is the temperature measured by 6 sensors.
Validation results: dynaROM™ Model VS reference data (last sensor):
3) Ethnic groups classification
deepROM® is a static neural network factory, it can be used for regression or classification.
In this case, combined with a linear compression, deepROM® was used to classify the ethnicity of a set of people using their genome.
It is clear from the figure that our method gives better results. In fact, the failure rate of deepROM® is 4,348%, the table below shows the rate of failure of other methods, the mean failure rate don’t go bellow 7.44% .
Population ethnicity legend:
ACB: African Caribbeans in Barbados
ASW: Americans of African Ancestry in SW USA
BEB: Bengali from Bangladesh
CDX: Chinese Dai in Xishuangbanna
CEU: Utah Residents (CEPH) with Northern and Western Ancestry
CHB: Han Chinese in Bejing
CHS: Southern Han Chinese
CLM: Colombians from Medellin
ESN: Esan in Nigeria
FIN: Finnish in Finland
GBR: British in England and Scotland
GIH: Gujarati Indian from Houston
GWD: Gambian in Western Divisions in the Gambia
IBS: Iberian Population in Spain
ITU: Indian Telugu from the UK
JPT: Japanese in Tokyo
KHV: Kinh in Ho Chi Minh City
LWK: Luhya in Webuye
MSL: Mende in Sierra Leone
MXL: Mexican Ancestry from Los Angeles
PEL: Peruvians from Lima
PJL: Punjabi from Lahore
PUR: Puerto Ricans
STU: Sri Lankan Tamil from the UK
TSI: Toscani in Italia
YRI: Yoruba in Ibadan
Geographical region legend:
AFR: AfricanAMR: Ad Mixed American
EAS: East Asian
EUR: EuropeanSAS: South Asian
Bibliographical references :
 : ” Romero, Adriana, Pierre Luc Carrier, Akram Erraqabi, Tristan Sylvain, Alex Auvolat, Etienne Dejoie, Marc-André Legault, Marie-Pierre Dubé, Julie G. Hussin, and Yoshua Bengio. “Diet networks: thin parameters for fat genomics.” arXiv preprint arXiv:1611.09340 (2016).”