Multi-resolution functional summarization and alignment of biological network models
Seah, Boon Siew
Date of Issue2014
School of Computer Engineering
Singapore-MIT Alliance Programme
The desire to study biology from a systems perspective has led to an emergence of new science - biological networks analysis. Biological network models biological entities (e.g., proteins and genes) and their relationships (e.g., physical and genetic interactions) to characterize their cooperative activity within a system. With the rapid growth of network data, the information overload problem arises and human interpretation of such data becomes impossible. Hence, there is urgent need to construct methods for large-scale functional visualization of biological networks to understand the mechanics of biological systems.
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