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Computational Biology: Issues and Applications in Oncology provides a comprehensive report on recent techniques and results in computational oncology essential to the knowledge of scientists, engineers, as well as postgraduate students working on the areas of computational biology, bioinformatics, and medical informatics.With chapters timely prepared and written by experts in the field, this in-depth and up-to-date volume covers advanced statistical methods, heuristic algorithms, cluster analysis, data modeling, image and pattern analysis applied to cancer research. The literature and coverage of a spectrum of key topics in issues and applications in oncology make this a useful resource to computational life-science researchers wishing to enhance the most recent knowledge to facilitate their own investigations.
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Ying Chen (Chinese: 应晨; pinyin: Yìng Chén; born 1961) is a Chinese Canadian author. She writes mostly in French, self translating into Chinese and English.
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