Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics (IEEE Press by Gary B. Fogel

By Gary B. Fogel

Combining biology, laptop technological know-how, arithmetic, and records, the sector of bioinformatics has turn into a scorching new self-discipline with profound affects on all elements of biology and commercial program. Now, Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics bargains an creation to the subject, protecting the main appropriate and well known CI tools, whereas additionally encouraging the implementation of those ways to readers' learn.

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