Accuracy test in identifying the splice site type of DNA sequences by using probabilistic neural networks and support vector machines
Keywords:Probabilistic Neural Networks, Support Vector Machines, Splice sites type detection, Accuracy level,
AbstractIt has been known that Probabilistic Neural Networks as machine learning is very fast in it’s computation time and give a better accuracy comparing to another type of neural networks, on solving a real-world application problem. In the recent years, Support Vector Machines has become a popular model over other machine learning. It can be analyzed theoretically and can achieve a good performance at same time. This paper will describe the use of those machines learning to solve pattern recognition problems with a preliminary case study in detecting the type of splice site on the DNA sequences, particularity on the accuracy level. The results obtained show that Support Vector Machines have a good accuracy level about 95 % comparing to Probabilistic Neural Networks with 92 % approximately.
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