Algorithms for Chromosome Classification

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Automated chromosome classification has been an important pattern recognition problem for decades. In order to im-prove the performance of automated chromosome classification, artificial intelligence and machine learning methods have been widely used in the computer-assisted chromosome detection and classification systems. This paper is focused on these algorithms, especially on artificial neural network (ANN) and wavelet transform algorithms. The principle and the realization of these algorithms are analyzed. Results of these algorithms are compared and discussed.

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Yan, W. and Bai, L. (2013) Algorithms for Chromosome Classification. Engineering, 5, 400-403. doi: 10.4236/eng.2013.510B081.

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