The Evolution of Stochastic Regular Motifs for Protein Sequences

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  author =       "Brian J. Ross",
  title =        "The Evolution of Stochastic Regular Motifs for Protein
  journal =      "New Generation Computing",
  year =         "2002",
  volume =       "20",
  number =       "2",
  pages =        "187--213",
  month =        feb,
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, protein,
                 motif, stochastic regular expressions, Protein Motifs,
                 Stochastic Regular Expressions, Grammatical Genetic
                 Programming, Evolutionary Computation",
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  abstract =     "Stochastic regular motifs are evolved for protein
                 sequences using genetic programming. The motif
                 language, SRE-DNA, is a stochastic regular expression
                 language suitable for denoting biosequences. Three
                 restricted versions of SRE-DNA are used as target
                 languages for evolved motifs. The genetic programming
                 experiments are implemented in DCTG-GP, which is a
                 genetic programming system that uses logic--based
                 attribute grammars to define the target language for
                 evolved programs. Earlier preliminary work tested
                 SRE-DNA's viability as a representation language for
                 aligned protein sequences. This work establishes that
                 SRE-DNA is also suitable for evolving motifs for
                 unaligned sets of sequences.",

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