[BiO BB] Digital Signal Processing on Genome sequences
idoerg at gmail.com
Wed Oct 26 12:48:46 EDT 2005
Dan Bolser wrote:
> Debaprasad Mukherjee wrote:
>> Dear Friends and Colleagues,
>> I am a graduate in electrical engineering and am working in
>> bioinformatics software development and evolutionary genomics. I have
>> a strong interest in the application of Digital Signal Processing to
>> genome sequences.
>> I would like to request you all to kindly give me some pointers on the
>> types of work that is being done and some recent references.
>> It would be very helpful if I can have some introductory discussions
>> with somebody who is working in this field. Is there any thesis
>> available on the net? I have been searching on this for quite sometime
>> now and have read up a few basic papers.
>> I am looking to increase my collection of reading material on this
> This query on pubmed;
> Turns up 6 references (and two reviews). I am certainly no expert, but
> I think the idea of wavelets comes from signal processing.
Wavelets indeed do.
But so does anything that has to do with Information Theory-- esp. the
use of Shannon entropy
"information content DNA sequence" turns up 600 papers
Signal to noise ratio in sequences.... quite a bit too.
>> Thank you very much. Eagerly awaiting your reply.
> All the best,
>> Debaprasad Mukherjee
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