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I have so many style posts I want to write! The story of my daughter’s new blue sofa. Musings on the right lipstick wardrobe in 2018. The burning question, why don’t I have any clothes that work for non-casual daytime events? All fully compelling, at least to my way of thinking.

Instead here I sit, again, at the Centurion Lounge at SFO, making a breakfast of eggs, tea, and Xanax. No champions required. I’m on my way to Southern California. My nephew graduates from high school today, my daughter from medical school tomorrow. In retail they call this season Dads and Grads. Did you know?

Hence the issue with daytime event wear. I got nothing. I mean, I’d be fine in New York, where you can wear black any time of the day, but Southern California? I’m stumped. I figure for the Los Angeles segment I’m going to go somewhat flash and trash – of the vintage off-white, gray and black Issey Miyake pleated top, Vince cropped cuffed pants, and Gucci slides printed with pink parasols and mustard yellow tigers variant. Add Rolex Cellini watch in case that’s not enough. For the beach town shenanigans I’m either going to be wearing 15-year old navy linen Armani pants, a white tee, and gray sweater – essentially how I dressed for work in my 40s – or a black floral Comme des Garçons top and skirt with brown Isabel Marant Dickers – as though I were opening an art galley in lower Manhattan.

Start with the shoes. So many identities in so few clothes. I don’t have a capsule wardrobe, just capsule personas.

In any case, far more important are the large flapping black gowns of our graduates. My nephew is off to college on the other side of the country in the fall. I congratulate him and his family from here, and will do so in whirlwind person very soon, with any luck.

My daughter, you guys know how proud I am of her. But she’s 30. I have told her before and I will tell you here, her success now belongs fully to her. The pride I’ll keep. I would say that all I want is for my kids to be happy, but over thinkers can’t stop there. A job takes up so much of your life. Finding one that suits you, whatever its worldly rewards, I did not know when I was young how much it mattered.

My daughter will be most of this year in scrubs. Capsule wardrobe. I bought her new clogs a while back Always start with the footwear.

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A large number of long intergenic non-coding RNAs (lincRNAs) are linked to a broad spectrum of human diseases. The disease association with many other lincRNAs still remain as puzzle. Validation of such links between the two entities through biological experiments are expensive. However, a plethora lincRNA-data are available now, thanks to the High Throughput Sequencing (HTS) platforms, Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS), etc, which opens the opportunity for cutting-edge machine learning and data mining approaches to extract meaningful relationships among lincRNAs and diseases. However, there are only a few lincRNA-disease association inference tools available to date, and none of them utilizes side information of both the entities simultaneously in a single framework.


The recently developed Inductive Matrix Completion (IMC) technique provides a recommendation platform among two entities considering respective side information about them. However, the formulation of IMC is incapable of handling noise and outliers that may be present in the datasets, while data sparsity consideration is another issue with the standard IMC method. Thus, a robust version of IMC is needed that can solve the two issues. As a remedy, in this paper, we propose Stable Robust Inductive Matrix Completion (SRIMC) that utilizes the norm based regularization to optimize the objective function with a unique 2-step stable solution approach.


We applied SRIMC to the available association data between human lincRNAs and OMIM disease phenotypes as well as a diverse set of side information about the lincRNAs and the diseases. The method performs better than the state-of-the-art methods in terms of and at the top- disease prioritization to the subject lincRNAs. We also demonstrate that SRIMC is equally effective for querying about novel lincRNAs, as well as predicting rank of a newly known disease for a set of well-characterized lincRNAs.


With the experimental results and computational evaluation, we show that SRIMC is robust in handling datasets with noise and outliers as well as dealing with novel lincRNAs and disease phenotypes.

Matrix completion Inductive learning Long noncoding RNA Human disease phenotypes Association inference

It is a surprising fact that, only 2% of the entire human genome codes for proteins [ 1 ]. In recent years, it has become evident that the non-protein coding portion of the genome, especially the long intergenic non-coding RNAs (lincRNAs) having length more than 200 bases each with no overlaps with any annotated protein-coding regions, are of critical functional importance. These lincRNAs demonstrate diverse molecular mechanisms and implicate various human diseases [ 2 ]. With the advent of the high-throughput genomic technologies, a large number of lincRNAs have been cataloged [ Icebug Mens Acceleritas4 RB9X Traction Running Shoe Sapphire/Poison 3R5Rs0rA2c
]. However, fully annotating the functions of the lincRNAs and their involvements in human disease implications still remain a challenge for the researchers. Developing machine learning algorithm to rank disease implications by a given lincRNA based on prior knowledge would be beneficial to the community for tackling the challenge.

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