Using the Fisher kernel method to detect remote protein homologies. Tommi Jaakkola, Mark Diekhams, David Haussler ISMB’ 99 Talk by O, Jangmin (2001/01/16). Abstract. Detecting remote protein homologies Fisher kernel method Variant of Support Vector Machines using new kernel function
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Tommi Jaakkola, Mark Diekhams, David Haussler
Talk by O, Jangmin (2001/01/16)
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Figure 1: Separation of the SCOP PDB90 database into training and test sequences, shown for the G proteins test family
Table 1. Rate of false positives for G proteins family. BLAST = BLAST:SCOP-only, B-Hom = BLAST:SCOP+SAMT-98-homologs, S-T98 = SAMT-98, and SVM-F = SVM-Fisher method