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RECOMB
2010
Springer
11 years 9 months ago
MoGUL: Detecting Common Insertions and Deletions in a Population
Abstract. While the discovery of structural variants in the human population is ongoing, most methods for this task assume that the genome is sequenced to high coverage (e.g. 40x),...
Seunghak Lee, Eric Xing, Michael Brudno
BMCBI
2011
10 years 9 months ago
Inference of Chromosome-Specific Copy Numbers Using Population Haplotypes
Background: Using microarray and sequencing platforms, a large number of copy number variations (CNVs) have been identified in humans. In practice, because our human genome is a d...
Yao-Ting Huang, Min-Han Wu
WABI
2007
Springer
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Homology Search with Fragmented Nucleic Acid Sequence Patterns
The comprehensive annotation of non-coding RNAs in newly sequenced genomes is still a largely unsolved problem because many functional RNAs exhibit not only poorly conserved sequen...
Axel Mosig, Julian J.-L. Chen, Peter F. Stadler
IDA
2007
Springer
11 years 5 months ago
Anomaly detection in data represented as graphs
An important area of data mining is anomaly detection, particularly for fraud. However, little work has been done in terms of detecting anomalies in data that is represented as a g...
William Eberle, Lawrence B. Holder
ICDT
2003
ACM
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Condensed Representation of Database Repairs for Consistent Query Answering
Abstract. Repairing a database means bringing the database in accordance with a given set of integrity constraints by applying modiļ¬cations that are as small as possible. In the ...
Jef Wijsen
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