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Bi-Clustering. COMP 790-90 Seminar Spring 2011. Definition of OP-Cluster.

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### Bi-Clustering

COMP 790-90 Seminar

Spring 2011

Definition of OP-Cluster
• Let I be a subset of genes in the database. Let J be a subset of conditions. We say <I, J> forms an Order Preserving Cluster (OP-Cluster),if one of the following relationships exists for any pair of conditions.

Expression Levels

A1 A2 A3 A4

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Problem Statement
• Given a gene expression matrix, our goal is to find all the statistically significant OP-Clusters. The significance is ensured by the minimal size threshold nc and nr.
Conversion to Sequence Mining Problem

Sequence:

Expression Levels

A1 A2 A3 A4

Ming OP-Clusters: A naïve approach

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• A naïve approach
• Enumerate all possible subsequences in a prefix tree.
• For each subsequences, collect all genes that contain the subsequences.
• Challenge:
• The total number of distinct subsequences are

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A Complete Prefix Tree with 4 items {a,b,c,d}

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Mining OP-Clusters: Prefix Tree
• Goal:
• Build a compact prefix tree that includes all sub-sequences only occurring in the original database.
• Strategies:
• Depth-First Traversal
• Suffix concatenation: Visit subsequences that only exist in the input sequences.
• Apriori Property: Visit subsequences that are sufficiently supported in order to derive longer subsequences.

Root

a:1,2

a:1,2,3

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References
• J. Yang, W. Wang, H. Wang, P. Yu, Delta-cluster: capturing subspace correlation in a large data set, Proceedings of the 18th IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE), pp. 517-528, 2002.
• H. Wang, W. Wang, J. Yang, P. Yu, Clustering by pattern similarity in large data sets, to appear in Proceedings of the ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data (SIGMOD), 2002.
• Y. Sungroh,  C. Nardini, L. Benini, G. De Micheli, Enhanced pClustering and its applications to gene expression data Bioinformatics and Bioengineering, 2004.
• J. Liu and W. Wang, OP-Cluster: clustering by tendency in high dimensional space, ICDM’03.