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BMCBI
2007
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Classification of microarray data using gene networks
Background: Microarrays have become extremely useful for analysing genetic phenomena, but establishing a relation between microarray analysis results (typically a list of genes) a...
Franck Rapaport, Andrei Zinovyev, Marie Dutreix, E...
ACIIDS
2010
IEEE
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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 pla...
Zhongwei Zhang, Jiuyong Li, Hong Hu, Hong Zhou
CATA
2008
9 years 20 days ago
Investigation of Random Forest Performance with Cancer Microarray Data
The diagnosis of cancer type based on microarray data offers hope that cancer classification can be highly accurate for clinicians to choose the most appropriate forms of treatmen...
Myungsook Klassen, Matt Cummings, Griselda Saldana
BMCBI
2008
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Building pathway clusters from Random Forests classification using class votes
Background: Recent years have seen the development of various pathway-based methods for the analysis of microarray gene expression data. These approaches have the potential to bri...
Herbert Pang, Hongyu Zhao
BMCBI
2004
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A combinational feature selection and ensemble neural network method for classification of gene expression data
Background: Microarray experiments are becoming a powerful tool for clinical diagnosis, as they have the potential to discover gene expression patterns that are characteristic for...
Bing Liu, Qinghua Cui, Tianzi Jiang, Songde Ma
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