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The use of Recurrent Neural Networks is not as extensive as Feedforward Neural Networks. Training algorithms for Recurrent Neural Networks, based on the error gradient, are very unstable in their search for a minimum and require much computational time when the number of neurons is high. The problems surrounding the application of these methods have driven… (More)

It has been shown that neural networks are able to infer regular crisp grammars from positive and negative examples. The fuzzy grammatical inference (FGI) problem however has received considerably less attention. In this paper we show that a suitable two-layer neural network model is able to infer fuzzy regular grammars from a set of fuzzy examples… (More)

Biclustering has emerged as an important method for analyzing gene expression data from microarray technology. It allows to identify groups of genes which behave similarly under a subset of conditions. As a gene may play more than one biological role in conjunction with distinct groups of genes, non-exclusive biclustering algorithms are required. In this… (More)

Agglomerating results from studies of individual biological components has shown the potential to produce biomedical discovery and the promise of therapeutic development. Such knowledge integration could be tremendously facilitated by automated text mining for relation extraction in the biomedical literature. Relation extraction systems cannot be developed… (More)

The interface between combinatorial optimization and fuzzy sets-based methodologies is the subject of very active and increasing research. In this context we describe FANS, a fuzzy adaptive neighborhood search optimization heuristic that uses a fuzzy valuation to qualify solutions and adapts its behavior as a function of the search state. FANS may also be… (More)

Although the extraction of symbolic knowledge from trained feedforward neural net-Ž. works has been widely studied, research in recurrent neural networks RNN has been more neglected, even though it performs better in areas such as control, speech recognition, time series prediction, etc. Nowadays, a subject of particular interest is Ž. crisprfuzzy… (More)

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Last years' mapping of diverse genomes has generated huge amounts of biological data which are currently dispersed through many databases. Integration of the information available in the various databases is required to unveil possible associations relating already known data. Biological data are often imprecise and noisy. Fuzzy set theory is… (More)

Selecting the optimal topology of a neural network for a particular application is a dicult task. In the case of recurrent neural networks, most methods only induce topologies in which their neurons are fully connected. In this paper, we present a genetic algorithm capable of obtaining not only the optimal topology of a recurrent neural network but also… (More)

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Regulatory motifs describe sets of related transcription factor binding sites (TFBSs) and can be represented as position frequency matrices (PFMs). De novo identification of TFBSs is a crucial problem in computational biology which includes the issue of comparing putative motifs with one another and with motifs that are already known. The… (More)