Bioinformatics: Organisms from Venus, Technology from Jupiter, Algorithms from Mars

@article{Moor2003BioinformaticsOF,
  title={Bioinformatics: Organisms from Venus, Technology from Jupiter, Algorithms from Mars},
  author={Bart De Moor and Kathleen Marchal and Janick Mathys and Yves Moreau},
  journal={Eur. J. Control},
  year={2003},
  volume={9},
  pages={237-278}
}
In this paper, we discuss data sets that are being generated by microarray technology, which makes it possible to measure in parallel the activity or expression of thousands of genes simultaneously. We discuss the basics of the technology, how to preprocess the data, and how classical and newly developed algorithms can be used to generate insight in the biological processes that have generated the data. Algorithms we discuss are Principal Component Analysis, clustering techniques such as… 

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