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Title: DNA sequence representation methods
Authors: Santhosh Kumar, G
Shiji, S H
Keywords: Fractal method
DNA sequence analysis
Graphical representation
Numeric representation
Issue Date: 22-Jun-2010
Abstract: DNA sequence representation methods are used to denote a gene structure effectively and help in similarities/dissimilarities analysis of coding sequences. Many different kinds of representations have been proposed in the literature. They can be broadly classified into Numerical, Graphical, Geometrical and Hybrid representation methods. DNA structure and function analysis are made easy with graphical and geometrical representation methods since it gives visual representation of a DNA structure. In numerical method, numerical values are assigned to a sequence and digital signal processing methods are used to analyze the sequence. Hybrid approaches are also reported in the literature to analyze DNA sequences. This paper reviews the latest developments in DNA Sequence representation methods. We also present a taxonomy of various methods. A comparison of these methods where ever possible is also done
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/294
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