By Kai-Uwe Sattler
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This ebook constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the fifteenth Annual eu Symposium on Algorithms, ESA 2007, held in Eilat, Israel, in October 2007 within the context of the mixed convention ALGO 2007. The sixty three revised complete papers awarded including abstracts of 3 invited lectures have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen: 50 papers out of a hundred sixty five submissions for the layout and research music and thirteen out of forty four submissions within the engineering and functions music.
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Baraldi and Alpaydin proposed Simplified ART (SART) following their general ART clustering networks frame, which is described through a feed-forward architecture combined with a match comparison mechanism . As specific examples, they illustrated Symmetric Fuzzy ART (SFART) and Fully Self-Organizing SART (FOSART) networks. These networks outperform ART1 and FA according to their empirical studies . Like ART family, there are other neural network-based constructive clustering algorithms that can adaptively and dynamically adjust the number of clusters rather than use a pre-specified and fixed number, as K-means and SOFM require [26, 62, 65, 90].
4 Kernel-Based Clustering Kernel-based learning algorithms [60, 71, 80] are based on Cover’s theorem. By nonlinearly transforming a set of complex and nonlinearly separable patterns into a higher-dimensional feature space, we can obtain the possibility to separate these patterns linearly . The difficulty of curse of dimensionality can be overcome by the kernel trick, arising from Mercer’s theorem . By designing and calculating an inner-product kernel, we can avoid the time-consuming, sometimes even infeasible process, to explicitly describe the nonlinear mapping and compute the corresponding points in the transformed space.
4. 5. Function recognition of uncharacterized genes or proteins ; Structure identification of large-scale DNA or protein databases [69, 74]; Redundancy decrease of large-scale DNA or protein databases ; Domain identification [27, 35]; EST (Expressed Sequence Tag) clustering . Since biology sequential data are expressed in an alphabetic form, conventional measure methods are not appropriate. If a sequence comparison is regarded as a process of transforming a given sequence to another with a series of substitution, insertion, and deletion operations, the distance between the two sequences can be defined by virtue of the minimum number of required operations, known as edit distance [37, 68].