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DNA meets the SVD

Grindrod, Peter and Higham, Desmond J. and Kalna, Gabriela and Spence, Alistair and Stoyanov, Zhivko and Vass, J. Keith (2008) DNA meets the SVD. Mathematics Today, 44. pp. 80-85.

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Abstract

This paper introduces an important area of computational cell biology where complex, publicly available genomic data is being examined by linear algebra methods, with the aim of revealing biological and medical insights.