Minimization of epigenetic surprisal data of epigenetic data within a time series

Patent No. 9,002,888

Issued: April 7, 2015
Filed: June 29, 2012
Term Extension: 105 days

Inventors: Friedlander; Robert R. (Southbury, CT), Kraemer; James R. (Santa Fe, NM)
Assignee: International Business Machines Corporation (Armonk, NY)


A method, computer program product and system of minimizing epigenetic surprisal data either by comparing epigenetic surprisal data to a fixed baseline epigenetic data, so that all of the comparisons were made to the same baseline epigenetic data or by comparing epigenetic surprisal data to a rolling baseline of epigenetic surprisal data--that is, after each comparison the baseline is changed to the data from the time point which had been compared previously.


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