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1) and scores each chromosome set (T matrix) by the cost function E (Eq. 2)). An average score is then calculated for all the chromosome sets run. Chromosome sets with worse-than-average scores are replaced by randomly-chosen chromosome sets with better-than-average scores. V. M. Holloway to reproduce, undergoing the standard operations of mutation and crossover (defined below; 1/10 of these operations are crossover), giving changes to one or more of the T ab values. The complete cycle of ODE solution, scoring, replacement of below-average chromosome sets, and mutation and crossover is repeated until the E score converges below a set threshold, typically 4,000–5,000 generations.
Holloway We model these genes (and proteins) and their interactions using the gene circuit framework [23, 24], to produce A-P concentration patterns (fitting data such as in Fig. 1A–B). The model is computed for a one-dimensional row of nuclei, between 30% and 94% A-P position (where 0% is the anterior pole) during nuclear cleavage cycles 13 and 14A. The gap gene proteins (Kr, Gt, Kni and Hb) are variables in the model, with the rates of change of their concentrations dvai /dt (for each gene product a in each nucleus i) defining a system of number of proteins times number of nuclei ODEs (Ordinary Differential Equations) given byx dvai/dt = Ra g (ua ) + Da (vai−1 − vai ) + (vai+1 − vai ) − λa vai .
4. CIGMR 2005, “Tagging SNPs”. html. Modified date: March 22 2005. 5. Byng, M. , “SNP subset selection for genetic association studies”. Ann. Hum. Genet. 67, 543–556, 2003. 6. Meng, Z. , “Selection of genetic markers for association analysis, using linkage disequilibrium and haplotypes”. Am. J. Hum. Genet. 73, 115–130, 2003. 7. , “New mapping projects splits the community”. Science 296, 1391–1393, 2002. 2 Hierarchical Clustering Algorithms for Efficient Tag-SNP Selection 27 8. Ao, S. , Ng, M. , “CLUSTAG: Hierarchical clustering and graph methods for selecting tag SNPs”.