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The final version of my PhD thesis is available here
I am a PhD student at the Ecole des Mines de Paris (France) and I am very glad to work with my scientific advisors Jean-Philippe Vert
and Francis Bach
. I am interested in statistical learning methods, graph-based representation methods in pattern recognition and graph algorithms. My current research is related to graph matching algorithms, machine learning methods and their applications in bioinformatics and computer vision.
- M. Zaslavskiy, F. Bach, J-P. Vert Many-to-Many Graph Matching: a Continuous Relaxation Approach "Proceedings of ECMLPKDD 2010". Acceptance rate: 18%[hal]
- B. Hoffmann, M. Zaslavskiy, J-P. Vert and V. Stoven A new protein binding pocket similarity measure based on comparison of 3D atom clouds: application to ligand prediction `
- M. Zaslavskiy, M. Dymetman, N. Cancedda Phrase-Based Statistical Machine Translation as a Traveling Salesman Problem ``Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL-IJCNLP 2009)'': Jul.2009. Acceptance rate: 21\%
- M. Zaslavskiy, F. Bach, J-P. Vert Global alignment of protein-protein interaction networks by graph matching methods ``Bioinformatics Oxford'': Proceedings of ISMB-ECCB 2009. Acceptance rate: 18%[link][paper web page]
- M. Zaslavskiy, F. Bach, J-P. Vert A Path Following Algorithm for the Graph Matching Problem, ``IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence'': Oct. 2008 [link][arxiv]
- A. Bart, V. Bart, A. Steland, M. Zaslavskiy Modeling disease dynamics and survivor functions by sanogenesis curves, ``Journal of Statistical Planing and Inference'', 132 (1-2): 2005, USA [link][ps]
- M. Zaslavskiy One Method of Concomitant Observation Account at the Forecast of Survival Time. The proceedings of The First International French-Russian Conference ``Longevity, Aging and Degradation Models in Reliability, Public Health, Medicine and Biology'' 2004
- A. Bart, M. Zaslavskiy One model of reliability function ``Mathematical models. Theory and Applications. Vol. 5", Saint Petersburg State University, 2004, Russie.