Preliminary Wavelet Analysis of Genomic Sequences

  title={Preliminary Wavelet Analysis of Genomic Sequences},
  author={Jianchang Ning and Charles N. Moore and J. Clare Nelson},
Large genome-sequencing projects have made urgent the development of accurate methods for annotation of DNA sequences. Existing methods combine ab inito pattern searches with knowledge gathered from comparison with sequence databases or from training sets of known genes. However, the accuracy of these methods is still far from satisfactory. In the present study, wavelet algorithms in combination with entropy method are being developed as an alternative way to determine gene locations in genomic… CONTINUE READING

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