Ieee Signal Processing Magazine Computational Functional Genomics

@inproceedings{Liang2001IeeeSP,
  title={Ieee Signal Processing Magazine Computational Functional Genomics},
  author={Mike P. Liang and Olga G. Troyanskaya and Alain Laederach and Douglas L. Brutlag and Russ B. Altman},
  year={2001}
}
iology is evolving into an informationrich science due to advances in highthroughput (large scale) experimental techniques that produce hundreds of thousands of data points in a single measurement. The field of computational functional genomics exploits this wealth of information to create models that begin to describe function in a systematic way. A fundamental aspect of computational functional genomics is the problem of functional identification. All genes in an organism have a specific… CONTINUE READING
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