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Graph-Constrained Discriminant Analysis of functional genomics data

Abstract : Classification studies from microarray data have proved useful in tasks like predicting patient class. At the same time, more and more biological information about gene regulation networks has been gathered mainly in the form of graph. Incorporating the a priori biological information encoded by graphs turns out to be a very important issue to increase classification performance. We present a method to integrate information from a network topology into a classification algorithm: the graph-Constrained Discriminant Analysis (gCDA). We applied our algorithm to simulated and real data and show that it performs better than a linear Support Vector Machines classifier.
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Vincent Guillemot, Laurent Le Brusquet, Arthur Tenenhaus, Vincent Frouin. Graph-Constrained Discriminant Analysis of functional genomics data. IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine Worshops, Nov 2008, Philadelphia, United States. pp. 207-210, ⟨10.1109/BIBMW.2008.4686237⟩. ⟨hal-00346450⟩



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