Detecting overlapping protein complexes in dynamic protein-protein interaction networks by developing a fuzzy clustering algorithm
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- IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems, 2017
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© 2017 IEEE. Protein complexes play important roles in proteinprotein interaction networks. Recent studies reveal that many proteins have multiple functions and belong to more than one different complexes. To get better complex division, we need to consider time-dependent information of networks. However, only few studies can be found to concentrate on detecting overlapping clusters in time-dependent networks. To solve this problem, we propose integrated model of time-dependent network (IM-TDN) to describe time-dependent networks. On the base of this model, we propose similarity based dynamic fuzzy clustering (SDFC) algorithm to detect overlapping clusters. We apply the algorithm to synthetic data and real world protein-protein interaction network dataset. The results showed that our algorithm by using the model which we proposed achieved better results over the state-of-the-art baseline algorithms.
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