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by Richard Durbin,Sean R. Eddy,Anders Krogh,Graeme Mitchison

Author: Richard Durbin,Sean R. Eddy,Anders Krogh,Graeme Mitchison
Subcategory: Evolution
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge Univ Pr; 1 edition (February 1, 2005)
Pages: 368 pages
Category: Math and Science
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For example, hidden Markov models are used for analyzing biological sequences, ased probabilistic models for identifying RNA secondary structure, and probabilistic evolutionary models for inferring phylogenies of sequences from different organisms.

For example, hidden Markov models are used for analyzing biological sequences, ased probabilistic models for identifying RNA secondary structure, and probabilistic evolutionary models for inferring phylogenies of sequences from different organisms.

Discover more publications, questions and projects in Nucleic Acids. March 1999 · Cell Biochemistry and Function. Biological Sequence Analysis. Probabilistic Models of Proteins and Nucleic Acids.

Although this book is based primarily on work that was completed in 1998, and therefore somewhat out of date, it is the best book I have found for teaching bioinformatics.

Probabilistic methods are assuming greater significance in the analysis of nucleotide sequence data. Although this book is based primarily on work that was completed in 1998, and therefore somewhat out of date, it is the best book I have found for teaching bioinformatics.

by Richard Durbin (Author), Sean R. Eddy (Author), Anders Krogh (Author), Graeme Mitchison (Author) & 1 more. Probabilistic methods are assuming greater significance in the analysis of nucleotide sequence data. ISBN-13: 978-0521620413.

Biological sequence analysis Probabilistic models of proteins and nucleic acids. The face of biology has been changed by the emergence of modem molecular genetics. Among the most exciting advances are large-scale DNA sequencing efforts such as the Human Genome Project which are producing an immense amount of data. The need to understand the data is becoming ever more pressing.

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Several formalisms allow the modelling of an automatic speech recognition system. The one we used to realize our system is based on Hidden Markov Models (HMM) discreet.

AUTHORS: Hyacinthe Konan, Etienne Soro, Olivier Asseu, Bi Tra Goore, Raymond Gbegbe. Several formalisms allow the modelling of an automatic speech recognition system. Our goal in this article is to present a system for the recognition of the Baoule word. We present three classical problems and develop different algorithms able to resolve them.

Biological Sequence Analysis (Durbin). Biological Sequence Analysis Probabilistic Models of Proteins and Nucleic Acids. By. Richard Durbin, Sean R. Eddy, Anders Krogh, Graeme Mitchison.

by Richard Durbin, Sean Eddy, Anders Krogh, Graeme Mitchison. Citations: 1181 - 21 self. quence, author {Richard Durbin and Sean Eddy and Anders Krogh and Graeme Mitchison}, title {Biological sequence analysis: probabilistic models of proteins and nucleic acids }, year {1998} }.

Biological Sequence Analysis  . Prediction of amino acid sequence from structure

Biological Sequence Analysis. Raha, Kaushik Wollacott, Andrew M. Italia, Michael J. and Desjarlais, John R. 2000. Prediction of amino acid sequence from structure. Protein Science, Vol. 9, Issue.

Probablistic models are becoming increasingly important in analyzing the huge amount of data being produced by large-scale DNA-sequencing efforts such as the Human Genome Project. For example, hidden Markov models are used for analyzing biological sequences, linguistic-grammar-based probabilistic models for identifying RNA secondary structure, and probabilistic evolutionary models for inferring phylogenies of sequences from different organisms. This book gives a unified, up-to-date and self-contained account, with a Bayesian slant, of such methods, and more generally to probabilistic methods of sequence analysis. Written by an interdisciplinary team of authors, it is accessible to molecular biologists, computer scientists, and mathematicians with no formal knowledge of the other fields, and at the same time presents the state of the art in this new and important field.