Evolutionary computation in gene regulatory network research by Hitoshi Iba, Nasimul Noman

By Hitoshi Iba, Nasimul Noman

"This ebook is a step by step guide for study in gene regulatory networks (GRN) utilizing evolutionary computation (EC)"--

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N ≤ 30) [38]. In the case of application of Bayesian networks to inference of genetic networks, the domain consisting of three states, {−1, 0, 1}, has been used [13], where 0, −1, and 1 mean the neutral, down-regulated, and up-regulated levels, respectively. Various extensions and modifications of Bayesian networks have been developed and applied for inference of genetic networks. Although we have considered discrete values for variables, continuous values can also be used. For example, Imoto et al.

Consequently, one might make efforts such as placing crossover mates close to each other. However, there has been little general discussion regarding this point because the design of the crossover operation in a GA depends heavily on the problem. MOGAs addressing these problems are rapidly being sorted out. Ref. [6] provides examples of how such algorithms are actually designed. 3 ADVANTAGES/DISADVANTAGES OF EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTATION Evolutionary computations offer some unique advantages over the traditional algorithms for searching and optimization.

Edges (shown by dotted lines) with small partial correlations are (repeatedly) eliminated in the graphical Gaussian model. , vi = m1 m t=1 vi (t)). It is to be noted √ ∑ 2 that m1 m t=1 (vi (t) − vi ) is the standard deviation of vi (t). , R = (rij )) and let R−1 = (rij ) be the inverse matrix of R. Then, the partial correlation coefficient pij is defined as −rij ⎧ √ √ ⎪ pij = ⎨ rii ⋅ rjj ⎪ ⎩1 for i ≠ j, for i = j. , P = (pij )), where the partial correlation means the pairwise correlation between two nodes conditioned against the correlations with all other nodes.

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