A progressive framework for two-way clustering using adaptive subspace iteration for functionally classifying genes


This paper presents an adaptive subspace based two-way clustering of microarray data. To analyze the data at various scales a "Progressive" framework is introduced. The goals are to functionally classify genes and also to find differentially expressed genes in microarray expression profiles. Empirical analysis on Colon Cancer dataset shows that ASI performs favorably in grouping genes with similar functions and finding genes that may have been involved in the formation of colon cancer. It was also observed that the proposed algorithm is robust against ordering of samples and yield results consistent with ground truth information. © 2006 IEEE.

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IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks - Conference Proceedings