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Genomic signal processing and statistics.

9775945070

Genomic signal processing and statistics.

Ed. by Edward R. Dougherty et al.

Hindawi Publishing Corporation

2005

449 pages

$119.95

Hardcover

EURASIP book series on signal processing and communications; v.2

QH450

This work provides a tutorial-level overview of genomic signal processing (GSP) and statistics. The book is accessible to researchers in academia and industry who are interested in cross-disciplinary areas relating to molecular biology, engineering, statistics, and signal processing. After a history of genomic research and a background introduction from both biological and signal- processing/statistical perspectives, sections focus on signal processing and statistics methods in gene selection, signal processing in genomic network modeling and analysis, and microarray imaging, signal processing in systems biology, and applications in disease diagnosis and treatments.

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