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Gene expression data clustering using unsupervised methods

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3 Author(s)
T. Chandrasekhar ; Department of Computer Science, Periyar university Salem, TamilNadu, India - 636 011 ; K. Thangavel ; E. Elayaraja

Microarrays are made it possible to simultaneously monitor the expression profiles of thousands of genes under various experimental conditions. Identification of co-expressed genes and coherent patterns is the central goal in microarray or gene expression data analysis and is an important task in bioinformatics research. In this work the unsupervised Gene selection methods and CCIA with K-Means algorithms have been applied for clustering of Gene Expression Data. This proposed clustering algorithm overcomes the drawbacks in terms of specifying the optimal number of clusters and initialization of good cluster centroids. Gene Expression Data show that could identify compact clusters with performs well in terms of the Silhouette Coefficients cluster measure.

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2011 Third International Conference on Advanced Computing

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14-16 Dec. 2011