By Ying Chen, Danh V. Nguyen (auth.), Tuan Pham (eds.)
Computational Biology: concerns and functions in Oncology offers a accomplished record on contemporary options and leads to computational oncology necessary to the data of scientists, engineers, in addition to postgraduate scholars engaged on the parts of computational biology, bioinformatics, and scientific informatics.
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Obviously, the first three types of biclusters are special cases of the two models when bij D 0 or aij D 1 in 2D space. 3 Geometric Biclustering Algorithms Based on the geometric interpretation of biclusters discussed above, a series of GBCs are proposed to search for linear patterns. Considering the computational complexity of searching and the biological functions of biclusters, these algorithms commonly employ the HT-based technology to detect the genes of interest with linear structures in the subspaces.
1, the generalized HT is used to identify geometric patterns in some but not all subdimensional spaces. The strategy of data space partition has been employed in subspace clustering methods (Lam and Yan 2006). Instead of 2D pair-column space, 3D subspace is employed to reduce the computation complexity. The detected sub-biclusters contain the maximal number of genes in their 3D subspaces related to three conditions. The next step is to combine the sub-biclusters into larger ones. The problem is transformed into the labeling procedure to delete outlier genes.
Furthermore, the RGBC algorithm is applied to two microarray datasets obtained for the yeast cell cycle (Cho et al. 1998) and colon cancer (Alon et al. 1999). Yeast cell cycle data. The yeast cell data show the fluctuation of expression levels of 6,220 genes at 17 time points. According to the five-phase criterion, a subset of 384 genes is adopted whose expression levels peak at different time points corresponding to the five phases of cell cycles (Cho et al. 1998). 05 analysis (Lam and Yan 2006).
Computational Biology: Issues and Applications in Oncology by Ying Chen, Danh V. Nguyen (auth.), Tuan Pham (eds.)