David Mount's Bioinformatics (Sequence and Genome Analysis) PDF

By David Mount

ISBN-10: 8123909985

ISBN-13: 9788123909981

Учебник по биоинформатике, а именно - по секвенированию ДНК и компьютерному анализу данных, полученных в результате такого секвенирования. Ну это, надо полагать, и из названия понятно По сути - это предельно простое введение в биоинформатику. Предназначено в первую очередь для биологов. Книга была написана на основе одноимённого курса, прочитанного автором в Университете Штата Аризона в 1999/2000 учебном году. В 2004 году вышло второе издание этой книжки. Здесь выложено первое издание, вышедшее в 2001 году.В ближайшее время выложу ещё несколько книжек по этой теме. Тогда добавлю сюда ссылки на эти раздачи.Образец страницы (уменьшено в four раза):

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This technique is called the “kernel trick” in the machine learning literature. The theory of kernel methods ensures that any non-negative definite kernel function k˜ implicitly specifies a feature map ϕ˜ (which could be infinite-dimensional) such that k˜ can be expressed as a dot product ˜ i , zj ) = ϕ(z in the feature space: k(z ˜ i ), ϕ(z ˜ j ) . Therefore kernel methods greatly simplify the specification of a nonparametric model, especially for multidimensional attributes. As an illustration, consider the nonlinear relationship, y = sin(z), −π z π, between the trait y and a scalar attribute z.

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