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Inference of Genetic Networks using a Reduced NGnet Model

By: Hatakeyama, M.; Matsumura, K.; Yoshida, K.; Yamane, S.; Sonoda, K.; Kimura, S.;

2007 / IEEE / 978-1-4244-1379-9

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This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Inference of Genetic Networks using a Reduced NGnet Model ' The inference of genetic networks using a model based on a set of differential equations is generally time-consuming. In order to decrease its computational time, we have proposed the inference method using a Normalized Gaussian network (NGnet) model. The inferred models however contain many false-positive regulations when we apply the NGnet approach to the genetic network inference problems. This paper proposes the reduced NGnet model and the gradual reduction strategy to overcome the drawbacks of the NGnet approach. Then, in order to verify their effectiveness, we apply the inference method using the proposed techniques to several artificial genetic network inference problems.