Introduction Let’s understand ensemble learning with an example. Suppose you have a startup idea and you wanted to know whether that idea is good to move ahead with it or not. Now, you want to take preliminary feedback on it before committing money and your precious time to it. So you may ask one of … Continue reading Ensemble Learning in ML – Part 1: Bagging
Introduction Membrane lipids play diverse roles in cellular function. On the membrane, they act as structural elements, serve as a pool of secondary messengers and act as a platform for membrane proteins. Phosphatidyinositol (PI) plays an important role in signal transduction and membrane trafficking. The PI on the plasma membrane is phosphorylated to P1 and … Continue reading Workflow and Implications of membrane lipids
Introduction Insulin resistance (IR) is a clinical and major pathological condition that occurs due to inappropriate cell response to insulin hormone and abnormal secretion in the body. The decrease in insulin sensitivity leads to the progression of many metabolic disorders such as auto-immune diseases, type-1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM), obesity, atherosclerosis, cardiovascular diseases, etc. In some … Continue reading Discovery of novel molecular pathways linked to Insulin Resistance
Image Credits - Link What is a Digital Twin? Digital twins can be defined as virtual replicas of physical objects that engineers can use to design and run simulations before actual physical objects are built and deployed into the physical world. The digitized twin would enable us to foresee its behavior and performance metrics as … Continue reading What is a Digital Twin?
What is GATT in BLE? To use Bluetooth technology for communication, a device must obey the subset of Bluetooth profiles necessary to use the desired services. A Bluetooth profile is a specification regarding an aspect of Bluetooth-based wireless communication between devices. It resides on top of the Bluetooth Core Specification protocol. Bluetooth profiles are simply … Continue reading GATT in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)