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Comparison of the edge-weighted and edge-unweighted versions of WAVE on best alignments of “synthetic” (noisy yeast) networks with respect to (a) NC, (b) S3 , (c) LCCS, and (d) Exp-GO. For analogous results for real-world PPI networks of diﬀerent species, see Fig. 2 in the Appendix. 2 Comparison of Diﬀerent Parameter Values Within WAVE When we vary values of βn and βe parameters, corresponding to levels of node and edge conservation considered within WAVE, we ﬁnd that assigning the same value to the two parameters overall leads to the best results (Fig.
Only in one out of 18 cases, MAGNA is superior to WAVE: with respect to S3 for one of the six network pairs. NETAL is overall superior to the other two methods, especially with respect to topological alignment quality measures (S3 and LCCS) (Figs. 7). This could be because NETAL has both diﬀerent NCF and AS compared to WAVE, and as such, its superiority might be a consequence not of its ASs but rather of its NCF. So, if its NCF was fed into WAVE AS, this could perhaps result in a superior new method.
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