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Two-Step Cross-Entropy Feature Selection for Microarrays—Power Through Complementarity

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Peters, T. ; Dept. of Stat., Macquarie Univ., Sydney, NSW, Australia ; Bulger, D.W. ; To-ha Loi ; Yang, J.Y.H.
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Current feature selection methods for supervised classification of tissue samples from microarray data generally fail to exploit complementary discriminatory power that can be found in sets of features. Using a feature selection method with the computational architecture of the cross-entropy method, including an additional preliminary step ensuring a lower bound on the number of times any feature is considered, we show when testing on a human lymph node data set that there are a significant number of genes that perform well when their complementary power is assessed, but "pass under the radar” of popular feature selection methods that only assess genes individually on a given classification tool. We also show that this phenomenon becomes more apparent as diagnostic specificity of the tissue samples analysed increases.

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Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, IEEE/ACM Transactions on  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

July-Aug. 2011

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