Promoter Prediction with a GP-Automaton
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A GP-automaton evolves motif sequences for its states; it moves the point of motif application at transition time using an integer that is stored and evolved in the transition; and it combines motif matches via logical functions that it also stores and evolves in each transition. This scheme learns to predict promoters in human genome. The experiments reported use 5-fold cross validation.
KeywordsFinite State Automaton Promoter Prediction Halt State Bacterial Promoter Finite State Automaton
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