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Current books do not provide the thorough coverage on this topic as this one does: they either focus on general data mining, on sequence analysis, or are restricted to results of the authors only
Details both frequent/closed sequence patterns and the similarity sequence patterns and motifs
Understanding sequence data, and the ability to utilize this hidden knowledge, creates a significant impact on many aspects of our society. Examples of sequence data include DNA, protein, customer purchase history, web surfing history, and more.
Sequence Data Mining provides balanced coverage of the existing results on sequence data mining, as well as pattern types and associated pattern mining methods. While there are several books on data mining and sequence data analysis, currently there are no books that balance both of these topics. This professional volume fills in the gap, allowing readers to access state-of-the-art results in one place.
Sequence Data Mining is designed for professionals working in bioinformatics, genomics, web services, and financial data analysis. This book is also suitable for advanced-level students in computer science and bioengineering.
Forward by Professor Jiawei Han, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »bioengineering - bioinformatics - data analysis - data mining - genome - genomics - pattern mining - pattern types - sequence patterns - web services
Frequent and Closed Sequence Patterns.- Classification, Clustering, Features and Distances of Sequence Data.- Sequence Motifs: Identifying and Characterizing Sequence Families.- Mining Partial Orders from Sequences.- Distinguishing Sequence Patterns.- Related Topics.