Information Content of the Frequency Dictionaries, Reconstruction, Transformation and Classification of Dictionaries and Genetic Texts
A study of the relation between a structure of symbol sequences and the meaning of them encrypted in the interlocation of symbols is a key problem for molecular biology, biophysics and many other fields of sciences. Usually researchers meet no problem in understating the function of sequences studied. A structure is a much more complicated matter to understand. When studying nucleotide sequences, one often encounters the intron-exon structure, or the structure determined by operons, etc. Further, we should understand the information structure of a nucleotide sequence as its frequency dictionary, either real one, or the reconstructed one, or the transformed one. Such understanding of the structure of a sequence enables a researcher to introduce easily the idea of a closeness of two (or several) structures.
A. N. Gorban et al., "Information Content of the Frequency Dictionaries, Reconstruction, Transformation and Classification of Dictionaries and Genetic Texts," Intelligent Engineering Systems Through Artificial Neural Networks, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Jan 2001.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Frequency Dictionaries; Genetic Texts
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01 Jan 2001