Algorithmes d'acceleration de la convergence: etude by Claude Brezinski

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In other cases the top n weighted attributes are retained and the remainder are pruned. We specify which of these two approaches are being employed when we present the results. 2 Classifier and Post-processing We employ a support vector machine using a linear kernel, specifically the implementation present in WEKA [24-26] using the default settings, to classify instances as either promoter or non-promoter. We also post process the output of the support vector machine. The motivation for this is explained in more detail within the results section.

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A combined approach, employing these techniques and other complementary (possibly sequence related) approaches may produce better results. In particular, this approach is currently not strand specific. That is, predictions are equally likely to be on either strand. By employing sequence based techniques, this could be overcome, allowing a strand specific prediction to be made. 30 P. M. Cameron-Jones, and A. Sale Acknowledgements This work was supported by an Australian Postgraduate Award. References 1.

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