By Roberto T. Alves, Myriam R. Delgado, Alex A. Freitas (auth.), Ana L. C. Bazzan, Mark Craven, Natália F. Martins (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the 3rd Brazilian Symposium on Bioinformatics, BSB 2008, held in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in August 2008 - co-located with IWGD 2008, the overseas Workshop on Genomic Databases.
The 14 revised complete papers and five prolonged abstracts have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from forty-one submissions. The papers tackle a huge diversity of present issues in computational biology and bioinformatics that includes unique learn in machine technological know-how, arithmetic and information in addition to in molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics, medication, microbiology and different lifestyles sciences.
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It occurs because of the presence of several leaf nodes in the third level of these hierarchies. Some leaf-nodes are also present in the ﬁrst and second levels. All datasets were divided according to the 5-fold cross-validation methodology. Accordingly, each dataset is divided into ﬁve parts of approximately equal size. At each round, one fold is left for test and the remaining folds are used in the classiﬁers training. This makes a total of ﬁve train and test sets. The ﬁnal accuracy rate of a classiﬁcation model is given by the mean of the predictive accuracies on the test sets from cross-validation.
A sophisticated approach consists of inducing a classiﬁcation model for this prediction. This paper applies ﬁve hierarchical classiﬁcation methods based on the standard Top-Down approach and one hierarchical classiﬁcation method based on a new approach named Top-Down Ensembles - based on the hierarchical combination of classiﬁers - to three diﬀerent protein functional classiﬁcation datasets that employ protein signatures. The algorithm based on the Top-Down Ensembles approach presented slightly better results than the other algorithms, indicating that combinations of classiﬁers can improve the performance of hierarchical classiﬁcation models.