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Experiments and Results

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Abstract

This chapter describes the experimental results of the MRF-based method for homology detection and fold recognition including alignment accuracy, success rate, running time and contribution of some important features. This chapter also compares the MRF-based method with currently popular PSSM- and HMM-based methods such as HHpred, HHblits and FFAS, in terms of alignment accuracy and success rate of homology detection and fold recognition.

Keywords

Alignment accuracy Homology detection success rate Fold recognition rate HHpred HHblits FFAS 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Toyota Technological InstituteChicagoUSA

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