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Terry GaasterlandWith this work, Baldi and Brunak have provided a sound foundation for the process of classifying and interconnecting the hierarchy of parts encoded by genomic sequence data and their variability. Not only is the book appropriate for students new to this intersection between computation and biology, it will also prove useful for long-time workers on classic problems in computational molecular biology.
The book has a continuity from beginning to end that helps a reader to develop an understanding of machine learning techniques and how to apply them to molecular biology... this book is one of four indispensable books for the bioinformatician's library.
—( Nature Biotechnology, March 1999)