RRW

RRW: repeated random walks on genome-scale protein networks for local cluster discovery. We propose an efficient and biologically sensitive algorithm based on repeated random walks (RRW) for discovering functional modules, e.g., complexes and pathways, within large-scale protein networks. Compared to existing cluster identification techniques, RRW implicitly makes use of network topology, edge weights, and long range interactions between proteins.

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  1. Scholtens, Denise M.; Spencer, Bruce D.: Node sampling for protein complex estimation in bait-prey graphs (2015)
  2. Macropol, Kathy; Can, Tolga; Singh, Ambuj K.: RRW: repeated random walks on genome-scale protein networks for local cluster discovery (2009) ioport