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Volume 7 (1) 2001, 7-25


Błażewicz Jacek 1, Hammer P. 2, Łukasiak Piotr 1

1 Institute of Computing Sciences, Poznań University of Technology
& Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznań, Poland
2RUTCOR, Rutgers University, USA

DOI:   10.12921/cmst.2001.07.01.07-25



In the paper, the problem of a secondary structure prediction, has been considered. The Logical Analysis of Data has been used as a method for this prediction. The approach has led to relatively high prediction accuracy for certain protein structures, as indicated by the experiments constructed.


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