Classifying Nucleic Acid Sub-Sequences as Introns or Exons Using Genetic Programming

Simon Handley

An evolutionary computation technique, genetic programming, created programs that classify messenger RNA sequences into one of two classes: (1) the sequence is expressed as (part of) a protein (an exon), or (2) not expressed as protein (an intron).


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