Benjarath Pupacdi

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With the exponential growth of biological sequence databases, it has become critical to develop effective techniques for storing, querying, and analyzing these massive data. Suffix trees are widely used to solve many sequence-based problems, and they can be built in linear time and space, provided the resulting tree fits in main-memory. To index larger(More)
Frequent Pattern Mining (FPM) is a very powerful paradigm which encompasses an entire class of data mining tasks. The specific tasks encompassed by FPM include the mining of increasingly complex and informative patterns, in complex structured and unstructured relational datasets, such as: Itemsets or co-occurrences [1] (transactional, unordered data),(More)
We propose a new method, called SimClus, for clustering with lower bound on similarity. Instead of accepting k the number of clusters to find, the alternative similarity-based approach imposes a lower bound on the similarity between an object and its corresponding cluster representative (with one representative per cluster). SimClus achieves a O(log n)(More)
UNLABELLED With advances in high-throughput sequencing methods, and the corresponding exponential growth in sequence data, it has become critical to develop scalable data management techniques for sequence storage, retrieval and analysis. In this paper we present a novel disk-based suffix tree approach, called TRELLIS+, that effectively scales to massive(More)
Intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma (ICC) and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) are clinically disparate primary liver cancers with etiological and biological heterogeneity. We identified common molecular subtypes linked to similar prognosis among 199 Thai ICC and HCC patients through systems integration of genomics, transcriptomics, and metabolomics. While ICC(More)
Frequent Pattern Mining (FPM) is a very powerful paradigm for mining informative and useful patterns in massive, complex datasets. In this paper we propose the Data Mining Template Library, a collection of generic containers and algorithms for data mining, as well as persistency and database management classes. DMTL provides a systematic solution to a whole(More)
Novel sequences are DNA sequences present in an individual's genome but absent in the human reference assembly. They are predicted to be biologically important, both individual and population specific, and consistent with the known human migration paths. Recent works have shown that an average person harbors 2-5 Mb of such sequences and estimated that the(More)
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