A conceptual matrix model for biological data processing
Hou, Jingyu and Zhou, Wanlei 2007, A conceptual matrix model for biological data processing, in 2007 Inaugural IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies 21-23 February 2007, IEEE, New York, N.Y., pp. 559-564.
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This paper proposes a conceptual matrix model with algorithms for biological data processing. The required elements for constructing a matrix model are discussed. The representative matrix-based methods and algorithms which have potentials in biological data processing are presented / proposed. Some application cases of the model in biological data processing are studied, which show the applicability of this model in various kinds of biological data processing. This conceptual model established a framework within which biological data processing and mining could be conducted. The model is also heuristic to other applications.
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