Erinija Pranckeviciene

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Despite its poorly adapted codon usage, HIV-1 replicates and is expressed extremely well in human host cells. HIV-1 has recently been shown to package non-lysyl transfer RNAs (tRNAs) in addition to the tRNA(Lys) needed for priming reverse transcription and integration of the HIV-1 genome. By comparing the codon usage of HIV-1 genes with that of its human(More)
We investigated the geometrical complexity of several high-dimensional, small sample classification problems and its changes due to two popular feature selection procedures, forward feature selection (FFS) and Linear Programming Support Vector Machine (LPSVM). We found that both procedures are able to transform the problems to spaces of very low(More)
OBJECTIVE Demonstrate that incorporating domain knowledge into feature selection methods helps identify interpretable features with predictive capability comparable to a state-of-the-art classifier. METHODS Two feature selection methods, one using a genetic algorithm (GA) the other a L(1)-norm support vector machine (SVM), were investigated on three(More)