Huma Lodhi

Huma Lodhi obtained her Ph.D. in computer science from University of London. She is a researcher with the department of Computing, Imperial College London. She has published in leading international journals, books, conference proceedings and has edited a volume Elements of Computational Systems Biology (Wiley Series in Bioinformatics), (2010) by Huma M Lodhi and Stephen H Muggleton (Editors), Wiley. Her research interests are machine learning and data mining and their application to tasks in bioinformatics, chemoinformatics and computation systems biology.


Chemoinformatics and Advanced Machine Learning Perspectives: Complex Computational Methods and Collaborative Techniques
Huma Lodhi, Yoshihiro Yamanishi. © 2011. 418 pages.
Chemoinformatics is a scientific area that endeavours to study and solve complex chemical problems using computational techniques and methods. Chemoinformatics and...
Learning Methodologies for Detection and Classification of Mutagens
Huma Lodhi. © 2011. 15 pages.
Predicting mutagenicity is a complex and challenging problem in chemoinformatics. Ames test is a biological method to assess mutagenicity of molecules. The dynamic...
On Bias-Variance Analysis for Probabilistic Logic Models
Huma Lodhi. © 2010. 12 pages.
Deliberate exploitation of natural resources and excessive use of environmentally abhorrent materials have resulted in environmental disruptions threatening the...
On Bias-Variance Analysis for Probabilistic Logic Models
Huma Lodhi. © 2008. 14 pages.
The article introduces bias-variance decomposition in probabilistic logic learning. We use Stochastic Logic Programs for probabilistic logic representation. In...
Kernel Methods in Chemoinformatics
Huma Lodhi. © 2005. 5 pages.
Millions of people are suffering from fatal diseases such as cancer, AIDS, and many other bacterial and viral illnesses. The key issue is now how to design...