Identification of protein-ligand binding sites using a single point-based clustering algorithm


Identification of protein-ligand binding sites using a single point-based clustering algorithm – One of the main challenges in biomedical research is the development of machine learning models. There are many approaches to solving this problem, and several algorithms are described, including the ones based on the notion of linear embeddings of protein or a non-protein class. Here, we present a general framework to generate a linear embedding of a protein class and a non-protein class that is a combination of a protein and a non-protein class. In the general setting, different algorithms exist and some are more specific than others, but the linear embedding approach provides both a more flexible specification and a better understanding of the structure of that class. We show an example of how to generate a linear embedding based on this framework.

We propose a robust approach for fuzzy classifiers with a limited number of instances that learns to reason about (i.e. the classifiers). The proposed approach consists of three steps. First, we consider each instance separately and make the optimal decision for each instance. Second, we consider the probability of each instance to be a fuzzy probability vector, and perform a Bayesian search to identify the most informative fuzzy classifier. Finally, we perform two Bayesian optimization steps, one for each instance. The final optimization step is designed so that the decision is not made when the most informative fuzzy classifier does not exist.

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Identification of protein-ligand binding sites using a single point-based clustering algorithm

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    An efficient framework for fuzzy classifiersWe propose a robust approach for fuzzy classifiers with a limited number of instances that learns to reason about (i.e. the classifiers). The proposed approach consists of three steps. First, we consider each instance separately and make the optimal decision for each instance. Second, we consider the probability of each instance to be a fuzzy probability vector, and perform a Bayesian search to identify the most informative fuzzy classifier. Finally, we perform two Bayesian optimization steps, one for each instance. The final optimization step is designed so that the decision is not made when the most informative fuzzy classifier does not exist.


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