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On the Effectiveness of Gene Selection for Microarray Classification Methods

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On the Effectiveness of Gene Selection for Microarray Classification Methods
Microarray data usually contains a high level of noisy gene data, the noisy gene data include incorrect, noise and irrelevant genes. Before Microarray data classification takes place, it is desirable to eliminate as much noisy data as possible. An approach to improving the accuracy and efficiency of Microarray data classification is to make a small selection from the large volume of high dimensional gene expression dataset. An effective gene selection helps to clean up the existing Microarray data and therefore the quality of Microarray data has been improved. In this paper, we study the effectiveness of the gene selection technology for Microarray classification methods. We have conducted some experiments on the effectiveness of gene selection for Microarray classification methods such as two benchmark algorithms: SVMs and C4.5. We observed that although in general the performance of SVMs and C4.5 are improved by using the preprocessed datasets rather than the original data sets in te...
Zhongwei Zhang, Jiuyong Li, Hong Hu, Hong Zhou
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where ACIIDS
Authors Zhongwei Zhang, Jiuyong Li, Hong Hu, Hong Zhou
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