Dong-Guk Shin

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MOTIVATION Molecular biology databases have been proliferating rapidly. Their heterogeneity and complexity pose a great challenge to efforts in database interoperation. To minimize the efforts of interoperating heterogeneous databases, it is useful to develop a system that lets a user of a particular genomic database access another related database as if(More)
This paper reports our exploratory work to redesign, implement and integrate a collection of genome software tools with an object-oriented database system. Our software tools deal with genome data from Escherichia coli K-12, a bacterium that has been studied intensively and provides richer data sets than any other living organism. The object-oriented DBMS(More)
Bayesian network model is widely used for reverse engineering of biological network structures. An advantage of this model is its capability to integrate prior knowledge into the model learning process, which can lead to improving the quality of the network reconstruction outcome. Some previous works have explored this area with focus on using prior(More)