Predicting Whether Or Not a 60-Base DNA Sequence Contains a Centrally-Located Splice Site Using Genetic Programming

Simon Handley

An evolutionary computation technique, genetic programming, was used to create programs that classify DNA sequences into one of three classes: (1) contains a centrally-located donor splice site, (2) contains a centrally-located acceptor splice site, and (3) contains neither donor nor an acceptor. The performance of the programs created are competitive with previous work.

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