Special Issue: Traditional Chinese Medicine
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3 Zhao GQ.Perplexity and outlet of TCM syndrome essence’s study.
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6 Wang J, Xiong X, Liu W.Traditional Chinese medicine syndromes for essential hypertension: a literature analysis of 13,272 patients.
7 Liu GP, Li GZ, Wang YL, Wang YQ.Modelling of inquiry diagnosis for coronary heart disease in traditional Chinese medicine by using multi-label learning.
8 8 Fu C, Zhang NL, Chen BX, Chen ZR, Jin XL, Guo RJ, Chen ZG, Zhang YL. Identification and classification of TCM syndrome types among patients with vascular mild cognitive impairment using latent tree analysis. [2016-08- 26]. . Identification and classification of TCM syndrome types among patients with vascular mild cognitive impairment using latent tree analysis. [2016-08- 26]. http://arxiv.org/abs/1601.06923.
9 Xu ZX, Zhang NL, Wang YQ, Liu GP, Xu J, Liu TF,Liu AH.Statistical validation of traditional Chinese medicine syndrome postulates in the context of patients with cardiovascular disease.
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11 Zhang NL.Hierarchical latent class models for cluster analysis.
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13 Schwarz G.Estimating the dimension of model.
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15 Mourad R, Sinoquet C, Zhang NL, Liu TF, Leray P.A survey on latent tree models and applications.
16 Liu TF, Zhang NL, Chen PX, Liu AH, Poon LKM, Wang Y.Greedy learning of latent tree models for multidimensional clustering.
17 Chen T, Zhang NL, Liu TF, Wang Y, Poon LKM.Modelbased multidimensional clustering of categorical data.
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23 Yang X, Chongsuvivatwong V, Lerkiatbundit S, Ye J, Ouyang X, Yang E, Sriplung H.Identifying the Zheng in psoriatic patients based on latent class analysis of traditional Chinese medicine symptoms and signs.
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27 Zhang NL, Yuan SH, Wang TF, Zhao Y, Wang Y, Liu TF, Wang QG.Latent structure analysis and syndrome differentiation for the integration of traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine (I): basic principle.
28 Zhang GZ, Wang P, Wang JS, Jiang CY, Deng BW, Li P, Zhao YM, Liu WL, Zhai X, Chen WW, Zeng L, Zhou DM, Sun LY, Li YY.Study on the distribution and development rules of TCM syndromes of 2 651 psoriasis vulgaris cases.
29 Zhang NL, Zhou XZ, Chen T, He LY, Liu BY. The interpretation variable clustering results in the context of TCM syndrome research.
30 Xue J, Wang Y, Han R. Factor analysis on the distribution of Chinese medicine syndromes in patients with hyperlipidemia in Xinjiang region.
31 Zhang NL, Yuan SH, Chen T, Wang Y.Latent tree models and diagnosis in traditional Chinese medicine.
32 Zhang NL, Yuan S, Chen T, Wang Y.Statistical validation of traditional Chinese medicine theories.
33 Zhao Y, Zhang NL, Wang T, Wang Q.Discovering symptom co-occurrence patterns from 604 cases of depressive patient data using latent tree models.
34 Zhang NL, Yuan SH. Implicit structure model and research on syndrome differentiation of Chinese medicine (I): Basic thought and analytic tool of implicit structure.
35 Zhang NL, Yuan SH, Chen T, Wang Y. Implicit structure model and research on syndrome differentiation of Chinese medicine (II): data analysis of kidney deficiency.
36 Zhang L, Yuan SH, Chen T, Wang Y. Implicit structure model and research on syndrome differentiation of Chinese medicine (III): syndrome differentiation from model and syndrome differentiation by experts.
37 Wang TF, Zhang NL, Zhao Y, Wang Y, Wu XY, Yuan SH, Wang ZY, Du CF, Yu CG, Chen T, Poon KM, Wang QG. Latent structure models and their applications in TCM syndrome research.
38 Zhang NL, Xu ZX, Wang YQ, Liu TF, Liu GP, Li FF, Yan HX, Guo R. Latent structure analysis and syndrome differentiation for the integration of traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine (II): joint clustering.
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