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Kernel methods in Computational Biology

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Edited By: Bernard Schölkopf, Koji Tsuda and Jean-Philippe Vert
416 pages, 79 illus
Publisher: MIT Press
Kernel methods in Computational Biology
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  • Kernel methods in Computational Biology ISBN: 9780262195096 Paperback Aug 2004 Out of Print #149943
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Modern machine learning techniques are proving to be extremely valuable for the analysis of data in computational biology problems.

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Jean-Philippe Vert is Researcher and Leader of the Bioinformatics Group at Ecole des Mines de Paris.

Out of Print
Edited By: Bernard Schölkopf, Koji Tsuda and Jean-Philippe Vert
416 pages, 79 illus
Publisher: MIT Press
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This timely collection will be an asset to anyone working with microarray data, and those involved with computational biology more generally should be aware of it. --Jun Liu, Professor of Statistics, Harvard University "This unique collection admirably covers the topic of using kernel methods to study biological data, providing up-to-date treatment of work in the field." --Junhyong Kim, Department of Biology, University of Pennsylvania

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