Machine Learning

Toronto Deep Learning Projects

Aug 13th, 14
deeplearning

Check out the exciting deep learning research in our group and the new website for deep learning projects!

http://deeplearning.cs.toronto.edu/

7 papers accepted by ICML 2014

May 1st, 14

6 papers accepted by CVPR 2014

Apr 1st, 14

SHRiMP

Feb 8th, 14
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Together with Stephen Rumble (with contributions from Adrian Dalca, Marc Fiume, Vlad Yanovsky, and in a collaboration with Arend Sidow and his group) we developed SHRiMP — the SHort Read Mapping Program. SHRiMP can align short reads to a reference genome quickly and accurately, while allowing for insertions/deletions. It also comes with special color-space options to handle reads made by the AB SOLiD technology. More recently Matei David, Misko Dzamba, and others have worked on the second version of SHRiMP (SHRiMP2), which significantly speeds up mapping without sacrificing sensitivity.

New paper published on Nature Methods

Jan 26th, 14

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George Dahl won the 2013 IEEE Signal Processing Society Best Paper Award

Dec 15th, 13

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