Advances in Intelligent Computing: International Conference by Seon-Kyung Woo, Chang-Beom Park, Seong-Whan Lee (auth.),

By Seon-Kyung Woo, Chang-Beom Park, Seong-Whan Lee (auth.), De-Shuang Huang, Xiao-Ping Zhang, Guang-Bin Huang (eds.)

The foreign convention on clever Computing (ICIC) used to be organize as an annual discussion board devoted to rising and hard subject matters within the quite a few elements of advances in computational intelligence fields, comparable to man made intelligence, computing device studying, bioinformatics, and computational biology, and so on. The aim of this convention was once to assemble researchers from academia and in addition to practitioners to proportion principles, difficulties and options relating to the multifaceted points of clever computing. This booklet constitutes the court cases of the overseas convention on clever Computing (ICIC 2005), held in Hefei, Anhui, China, in the course of August 23–26, 2005. ICIC 2005 acquired over 2000 submissions from authors in 39 international locations and areas. in keeping with rigorous peer stories, this system Committee chosen 563 fine quality papers for presentation at ICIC 2005; of those, 215 papers have been released during this booklet prepared into nine different types, and the opposite 348 papers have been released in 5 overseas journals. The organizers of ICIC 2005 made nice efforts to make sure the good fortune of this convention. We the following thank the contributors of the ICIC 2005 Advisory Committee for his or her counsel and suggestion, the contributors of this system Committee and the referees for reviewing the papers, and the contributors of the booklet Committee for checking and compiling the papers. we'd additionally wish to thank the writer, Springer, for his or her help in publishing the court cases within the Lecture Notes in machine technology sequence. rather, we wish to thank all of the authors for contributing their papers.

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A A , A2 0 un  \ nmin , where ( A0 )ij 0 for i j and ( A0 )ij Z for f AA , " , and A † Ai . If for any i  ` , there is no i 0 i negative value in diagonal entries of A , we say A has no negative weight circuit; if each diagonal entry is greater than zero, then say A only has positive weight circuit. u1 For any x , b  \ nmin , we have: nu n Theorem 1 [2-4]: If A  \ min has no negative weight circuit, there exists a maximum solution to equation x = Ax ⊕ b which is given by x = A∗ b ; Moreover, if A only has positive weight circuit, this solution is unique.

Briefly, for xij , a missing value of gene x i in a observation j, we can find the other K genes which have the most similar expression profile by the Pearson correlation analysis. Then the missing value is recovered with the weighted mean of the corresponding observation of the K genes. 3 Multivariate Statistic Analysis for Gene Expression Data We take the expression level of n genes as variable X1, X2, …, Xn, the dataset with m observations and the n variables, is denoted by ⎡ x11 ⎢x [x 1 , x 2 ,L , x n ] = ⎢ 21 ⎢ M ⎢ ⎣ x m1 x12 x 22 M xm2 x1n ⎤ L x 2 n ⎥⎥ O M ⎥ ⎥ L x mn ⎦ L (2) The relationship between gene k and l can be formulated as d kl = d (x k , x l ) for the adjoint matrix.

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