Illustration of the difference between all-vs-all and one-vs-all discriminative subnetworks. Illustration of the difference between all-vs-all and one-vs-all discriminative subnetworks. The aggregate expression profiles of five hypothetical subnetworks are shown. Red and green respectively represent positive and negative expression, with intensity representing magnitude. The subnetworks and are one-vs-all discriminative, respectively indicating classes (CRC stages) A, B, C and D, since the expression profile of each subnetwork in samples that belong to the respective class can discriminate these samples from other classes. On the other hand, is an all-vs-all discriminative subnetwork, since it discriminates all classes from each other.
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