School Seminars and Colloquia

Some hidden Markov models I have known

MASCOS/COSNET seminar

by Professor Terry Speed


Institution: University of California, Berkeley and Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne
Date: Fri 17th November 2006
Time: 3:15 PM
Location: Theatre 2, Ground Floor, 111 Barry Street, Carlton

Abstract: Hidden Markov models emerged in the late 1960s in the literature of probability and statistics. They were introduced into genetics in the mid-1980s, and shortly after that into biomolecular sequence analysis, now part of what is known as bioinformatics. Their range of applications in that field is now very wide. In this talk I'll describe some examples, including a few with which I have been associated.

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