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Atom Number and Bounding Sphere Based Search Speedup Technique for Similar Proteins Screening
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Atom Number and Bounding Sphere Based Search Speedup Technique for Similar Proteins Screening
Lee, Jaeho; Park, JoonYoung;
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 Abstract
In the protein database search, 3D structural shape comparison for protein screening plays a important role. Protein databases have big size and have been grown rapidly. Exhaustive search methods cannot provide a satisfactory performance. As protein is composed of a set of spheres, the similarity calculation of two set of spheres is very expensive. Thus, a reasonable filtering method could be an answer for the speedup of protein screening. In this paper, we suggest a speedup method for protein screening with atom number and bounding sphere. We also show some experimental results for the validity of our method.
 Keywords
Atom number;Bounding sphere;Protein screening;Ultrafast shape recognition;Shape based search;
 Language
Korean
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