Predicting death by suicide using administrative health care system data: can recurrent neural network, one-dimensional convolutional neural network, and gradient boosted trees models improve prediction performance? - Sanderson M, Bulloch AG, Wang J, Williamson T, Patten SB.

BACKGROUND: Suicide is a leading cause of death, particularly in younger persons, and this results in tremendous years of life lost. OBJECTIVE: To compare the performance of recurrent neural networks, one-dimensional convolutional neural networks, ...
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