Advances in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology: Second by Marie-France Sagot, Maria Emilia M.T. Walter

By Marie-France Sagot, Maria Emilia M.T. Walter

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the second one Brazilian Symposium on Bioinformatics, BSB 2007, held in Angra dos Reis, Brazil, in August 2007; co-located with IWGD 2007, the foreign Workshop on Genomic Databases.

The thirteen revised complete papers and six revised prolonged abstracts have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 60 submissions. The papers handle a extensive diversity of present themes in computationl biology and bioinformatics that includes unique examine in machine technology, arithmetic and information in addition to in molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics, drugs, microbiology and different existence sciences.

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With the chi-square metric [3]. We also converted the attributes to the interval [0, 1]. All this were made to use the data in the same way as in its original paper. For all datasets, we generate the initial population with the algorithms kmeans (KM), average-link (AL), single-link (SL) [10] and Shared Nearest Neighbors (SNN) [19]. These algorithms generate different types of clusters. KM and LM looks for compact clusters and SL and SNN obtain connected clusters. KM, LM and LS were chosen because they are traditional and largely employed clustering algorithms [10].

Each partition is an individual and is represented by an array of sets. Each set, in its turns, represents a cluster and contains the labels of its objects. In addition to the special initial population, two other adaptations are made in the traditional genetic algorithm: a special crossover operator and the use of diverse clustering validation measures as objective functions. Together 38 K. F. P. de Souto with the initial population, our special crossover operator is responsible for the ensemble aspect of MOCLE.

Once the individual representation is defined, we will explain the genetic operators. , p2N ], we choose a crossover point at random, in such a way that the new individual (child1) will inherit all positions to the left of the crossover point from P1 , and the positions to the right from P2 . The following example illustrates this crossover operator: P1 = 23 309 276 12 513 , P2 = 506 281 105 33 447 child1 = 23 309 105 33 447 In this example, the crossover point is chosen between the second and third position, so the first two positions are copied from the first parent and the other three from the second.

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