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Tumor Assessment Using RECIST 1.1 and mRECIST: Quick Reference Sheet

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Understanding Novel Response Patterns of Immunotherapies

Immunotherapies display novel response patterns that affect the design of imaging based studies and the subsequent evaluation of imaging data. Applying traditional chemotherapy-based response assumptions to immunotherapy trials can result in inaccurate interpretation of response, premature therapy termination, and unnecessary removal of subjects from a trial. Our unique solutions for medical image analysis and management and iBiopsy® for imaging phenotyping, together with our global team of experts, are advancing the development of new drugs and diagnostic tools to monitor disease and assess response to therapy.

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Accelerated turnaround time for confirmation of progressive disease

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The Poincaré-Boltzmann Machine: passing the information between disciplines

Pierre Baudot, PhD [1], Mathieu Bernardi, MscI[1] -Affiliations: [1] Median Technologies, Valbonne, France, in col. with Daniel Bennequin, Monica Tapia, Jean-Marc Goaillard. Corresponding author e-mail: pierre.baudot@mediantechnologies.com

Poster presented at the Geometric Sciences of Information 2019 (GSI2019) conference | Aug 27-29, 2019 |Toulouse (France). Information cohomology is a branch of topological data analysis that allows us to quatify directly statistical dependencies and independences in a given dataset. Theorems establish Shannon entropy as a first cohomology class and mutual information as coboundaries on finite probability space endowed with a random variable chain complex structure. We present some simplicial subcase applications to supervised and unsupervised learning in different contexts: transcriptomic and digits and medical CT image classification.

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