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In many cases, the hierarchy, and the biological insight wherein embodied, can be integrated into the framework of data mining. It consequently facilitates the learning and renders meaningful interpretation of the learning results. We have reviewed the recent developments in this respect. Some methods treat hierarchical profile scoring as a tree comparison problem, some as an encoding problem, and some as a graphical model with a Bayesian interpretation. The latter approach is of particular interest, since most biological data are stochastic by nature.
To demonstrate how the algorithm works, let us look at an example of two organisms, orgi and orgj, and three pathways p 1, p 2, and p3. Two hypothetical cases are considered and are demonstrated in Figures 2 and 3 respectively. In case one, orgi contains pathways p1 and p3, and orgj contains p2 and p3. The metabolic pathway profiles for orgi and org j are shown in panel B and their corresponding p-Trees are displayed in panel C. In the panel D, two p-Trees are superposed. Matches and mismatches are scored at the leaves and the scores are propagated up to the root.